Early College Advanced Manufacturing Pathway (ECAMP)™

Early College Advanced Manufacturing programs in Connecticut
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Afternoon program

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

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Rigorous collegiate academics

Students will earn 21 transferable college credits.

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Innovation Center

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

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Our program

The Early College Advanced Manufacturing Pathway (ECAMP™) prepares students for careers in the field of Advanced Manufacturing. ECAMP brings together collegiate-level preparation in partnership with school districts and industry partners throughout the Greater Hartford region.

What to expect

Our students take a progression of seven courses on the Goodwin University campus in a cohort model. The curriculum of ECAMP develops critical thinking skills, increases science and technology literacy, and encourages innovation. Highly focused strategy instruction on numeracy, literacy, and executive functioning is integrated. ECAMP courses offer college content which has been backward mapped to meet high school competencies and address adolescent learning styles.

The RSCO Transportation Zone

Our partnerships with the Connecticut State Department of Education’s Regional School Choice Office (RSCO) and the Capitol Region Education Council (CREC) provide a number of transportation options through their regional transportation system including school bus transport, public bus passes, and parent stipends where applicable.

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Upon completion of the program

The curriculum conveys concepts and teaches theory through hands-on learning experiences. Scholars will earn 21 credits that are aligned with the needs of industry. Students that complete ECAMP may enter into a career after high school graduation or leverage university credits to continue their education.

Academic features and success

  • Hands-on learning environment
  • College-level courses offered at the high school level
  • Advanced career and college preparation
  • Allows students to gain in-demand skills that can lead to a high-paying, rewarding career

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!

Still have questions?

Contact: Matt Dadona

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860-929-3802

School Address: 3 Pent Rd, East Hartford, CT, 06118
Operating Hours: 11 a.m. to 2:45 p.m., Monday through Friday