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.
HOLYOKE, Mass. (WWLP) – An entry-level program in manufacturing is being offered at Holyoke Community College for free. Developed in collaboration with local businesses, the program will lead to employment in the Holyoke area’s manufacturing sector. The classes are designed for students who are already employed by area companies or are seeking entry-level positions in
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