June 26, July 17, August 7. Presentations will start at 4:00pm and 5:00pm. Tour the new Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center, learn about our two certificate programs, and apply to the program for free.
Keep updated on the happenings of the Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center by checking in on our quarterly Letter from the Director.
Hartford Courant: QVCC Helps Train Hopeful EB Workers
“The Advanced Manufacturing Center at Quinebaug Valley Community College offers programs students training for hiring at Electric Boat. In eastern Connecticut, global military strategy is local as Electric Boat hires thousands of workers…” Read more
Senator Chris Murphy Visits the QVCC Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center
“QVCC President, Dr. Carlee Drummer welcomed US Senator, Chris Murphy as he arrived for his visit on Friday to QVCC’s Eastern Connecticut Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center in Dayville…” Read more
QVCC Press Release: Manufacturing Students Get a Head start on New Careers
“As it prepares for an open house event on March 22, 2017, the Quinebaug Valley Community College Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center is proud to announce that the majority of students in their second and final semester have secured jobs…” Read more
Hartford Courant: Making It- Advanced Technology in Connecticut
“If there was one resounding message for the 261 students from 15 area high schools who attended the Quinebaug Valley Community College Advanced Manufacturing Open House on October 28…” Read More
Manufacturing News: QVCC Cuts Ribbon on Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center “On the heels of positive news from major Connecticut manufacturers including Sikorski and Electric Boat, the state’s “Make It. Here.” campaign got another boost…” Read More
Hartford Courant: Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center Opens at QVCC “Gov. Dannel Malloy and US Rep. Joe Courtney joined a host of dignitaries to mark the opening of the Quinebaug Valley Community College’s Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center on September 30…” Read More
Norwich Bulletin: Windham County Positions Itself to be Business Friendly
“The state is looking to change the way it does business with businesses and Northeastern Connecticut plans to be a leader in the effort…” Read More