The Institute for Advanced Manufacturing is more than a building. Clinton's state-of-the-art facility is a one-stop-shop for advancing the manufacturing and technology workforce in our region.
Whether you are a high school student interested in technology, a worker wondering how you can advance your career, or an employer seeking to train your workforce, the IAM can provide a solution.
There are six technology associate degree programs of study:
A.A.S. degrees typically allow students to join the workforce immediately after college.