FREMONT, Calif. (KRON) – A Fremont woman learned new career skills at no cost to give herself a leg up on the job search. It was all thanks to a free program born from a partnership between the City of Fremont’s employment development department, Ohlone College, Work 2 Future, Alameda County and Evolve Manufacturing technologies.
Schoolcraft College’s new manufacturing and engineering center will take students through every step of the manufacturing process. They can design a piece in the computer lab, and then send it to the 3D printer a few rooms over. Students will also have access to welding, plastics manufacturing, metallurgy and robotics technology. The 48,000-square-foot, $14 million facility