Apprenticeship 2000

I just heard from MMT EAB member Steve Rotman of Mooresville, NC-based Ameritech Die & Mold, Inc. that the Apprenticeship 2000 program was once again honored locally in Charlotte last week. Check out the video that the Charlotte Regional Partnership did with all of the partner companies.

 

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I just heard from MMT EAB member Steve Rotman of Mooresville, NC-based Ameritech Die & Mold, Inc. that the Apprenticeship 2000 program was once again honored locally in Charlotte last week. 
 
Through Ameritech Die & Mold, Steve was involved in developing this unique apprenticeship program that allows apprentices to work for their sponsor company while earning a Manufacturing Technology Degree (AAS) at Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC; Charlotte, NC).
 
 

 

Here is a video that the Charlotte Regional Partnership did with all of the partner companies. Steve says, "The event had between 400 to 500 business professionals in attendance, so it was quite an honor to say the least."

 


See more of successful workforce development initiatives at amerimold expo next month: June 12&13 in Rosemont, IL.
 
2:30 pm - 3:15 pm | BUILD > Making Real Progress in Workforce Development
Advanced Manufacturing Consortium: Addressing the Skilled Labor Shortage (+)
Dave Martin - Accu-Mold, LLS
President
Creating a Solid Menu of Training Options (+)
Andrew Baker - Byrne Tool & Design
 
Revamping Your Apprentice Program (+)
Len Graham & Jeff Barhoff - Rexam Mold Manufacturing
 
The Direct to Workforce Approach (+)
Mike Zacharias - Extreme Tool & Engineering, Inc

 

 

 

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