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Connecticut Manufacturing Assistance Center

C-MAC will employ individuals that are experiencing poverty and other barriers to obtaining full-time work that leads them to self-sufficiency. Coupled with employment individuals working for C-MAC will also have access to computer training, math, language, life skills, online GED, High School Diploma completion, counseling to and enter community college training to acquire to new skillsets for future employment opportunities.

Also, C-MAC will provide services to individuals in the area of manufacturing work experience, internships/externships coupled with other academic, computer skills training, life skills, counseling, and other supportive services in conjunction with other programs in the area.


For more information please visit the CMAC website here.



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