Early College Advanced Manufacturing Pathway (ECAMP)™

Early College Advanced Manufacturing programs in Connecticut

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Flexible scheduling

Schedules are flexible and programming can be tailored to meet the specific needs of partner high schools.

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Rigorous collegiate academics

Students will earn up to 37 transferable college credits.

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Brand new training facility

The new 15,000-square-foot training facility is equipped with state-of-the-art machinery.

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Preparing today’s high school students for tomorrow’s careers

In our 15,000-square-foot manufacturing training center on the Goodwin University campus in East Hartford, students will be immersed into a world full of technology. Alongside some of Connecticut’s most credentialed faculty, students will learn on the same real-world machinery industry professionals use today. Upon completion of the program, students will have received sufficient training to secure entry-level employment in the field.

Industry training and rigorous academics

In addition to career-focused manufacturing training, students will experience a rigorous collegiate academic program where they will earn up to 37 transferable college credits. The skills can be taken directly into a variety of in-demand careers, and the credits can be transferred to other college degree programs — including Goodwin’s bachelor’s degree in Manufacturing Management.

Student success stories

Are you looking for firsthand insight into the ECAMP experience? Read on to find inspiring testimonials from a few technology-driven teens!

Program options

  • CNC Manufacturing Certificate (37 credits)
  • Welding Certificate (24 credits)

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