AUBURN — Central Maine Community College (CMCC) is excited to announce the launch of a new Manufacturing Technology short-term training program, in partnership with General Dynamics Bath Iron Works. This innovative program aims to provide students with essential skills and hands-on experience, preparing them for rewarding careers in the manufacturing industry.

Program Details:

• Duration: 3 weeks

•  Schedule: 40 hours per week, for a total of 120 hours

•  Incentive: Students will receive a $500 attendance incentive each week

•  Cost: 100% free


No previous experience is necessary to enroll in the program. The training curriculum covers a comprehensive range of topics, including:

• Technical math

•  Hand & power tool operation & safety

•  Operation of air tools

•  Oxy cutting

•  Track welding


•  Basic layout

•  Material Handling

•  Drilling & fastening

•  And other essential manufacturing skills

This program is designed to be a gateway to a high-wage career with excellent benefits. Upon successful completion of the training, qualified students will have the opportunity to interview with General Dynamics Bath Iron Works, a leader in the manufacturing industry. Those interested should contact Kerry Fitzgerald, Student Navigator, at, or 207-755-5229.


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