Manufacturing is growing and ever-evolving field. Thanks to advancements in technology, manufacturers are turning up the production rates and moving full-steam ahead. If you’re interested in pursuing a career in manufacturing, you may be wondering if manufacturing school is worth … Continue reading Is Manufacturing School Worth It?
How Goodwin University’s School of Business, Technology, and Advanced Manufacturing Produced Masks, Shields, and a Sense of Community On a Sunday afternoon in mid-March, 2020, just as the COVID-19 pandemic was tightening its grip on Greater Hartford, Dr. Cliff Thermer, … Continue reading Small-Scale Manufacturing Leads to Protective Supply Success
Modern manufacturing is an exciting, high-tech field for motivated and innovative people. If you want to work in an industry that is constantly evolving, and allows you to constantly create, then a career in manufacturing is undoubtedly for you! But … Continue reading 7 Reasons to Pursue Manufacturing in 2020
October officially marks Manufacturing Month in Connecticut. The state-wide initiative has been happening since 2011, to call attention to the growing field of manufacturing, and to the innovative, exciting careers within it. Now in its 8th year, Connecticut refers to … Continue reading October is Manufacturing Month!
According to the Connecticut Business and Industry Association (CBIA), there are “literally thousands” of unfilled, well-paying career opportunities within manufacturing facilities across the state. These careers are available to high school and college graduates, as well as those with advanced … Continue reading What is Modern Manufacturing and What Does it Mean for You?
High School ECAMP™ Program Meeting State’s Manufacturing Needs As Connecticut searches for new manufacturing solutions, Goodwin’s Early College Advanced Manufacturing Pathway is educating the manufacturers of tomorrow. As part of its dedication to strengthening Connecticut’s economic future, Goodwin College is … Continue reading High School ECAMP™ Program Meeting State’s Manufacturing Needs