Mid-Michigan Manufacturers, Job Seekers & Students

CAMC currently has nearly 40 members, including manufacturing firms and industry allies, who employ more than 12,000 people in the Capital Region. Our mission is to accelerate collaboration among industry leaders and to help build a robust and enduring manufacturing ecosystem.

If you are a manufacturer, job seeker or a student, CAMC could be the one-stop resource hub to accelerate your growth.  


"JOIN THE REVOLUTION" -  Proud to Manufacture in Michigan (PTMIM): It is a free program for Michigan manufacturers and companies who support or provide services to manufacturers. 


PTMIM's goal is to further support our manufacturers by raising awareness of Michigan’s manufacturing community and the products made in our state. In addition to the various social media outlets, it creates opportunities for Michigan’s manufacturers to network with one another.


There are various state and nationwide manufacturing organizations that could offer you useful insights:


"FIND YOUR BEST FIT" by Going PRO CareersIt is a MI campaign designed to elevate the perception of professional trades and to showcase opportunities in a variety of rewarding careers.


Employers in Michigan are now seeking talent to fill these roles more than ever before. With the skills you develop through professional trades careers, you can earn a great salary and benefits sooner than you imagined.


Skilled Trades are careers that often require less schooling and debt than a four-year degree. These jobs are in demand for fields like healthcare, information technology, advanced manufacturing, construction and automotive.


  • Center for Manufacturing Excellence -  
    The CME at Lansing Community College offers training in advanced manufacturing with stackable credentials to get you into high-demand, high-paying jobs, in a year or less. Two-year programs are also available. 

  • Wilson Talent Center - The WTC of Ingham County offers Career & Technical Education programming for high school juniors and seniors. Offering more than 18 programs in 12 career clusters, students have the opportunity to earn high school academic credit, free college credit and either state or national certifications. WTC is preparing students for their life beyond high school. 

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