Ansonia High School

Program Information


Program Name:
Advanced Manufacturing Pathway


Students interested in Advanced Manufacturing (AM) can take a planned program of study to prepare for a career in AM. The program of study includes a partnership with Housatonic Community College where students can currently earn 5 credits toward the Advanced Manufacturing Certificate Program and a partnership with the Workplace where students can register for a pre-apprentice program at the age of 16.

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Primary Contact

Karen Phipps
Career and Technical Education Lead Teacher

Bassick High School

Program Information


Program Name:
Manufacturing


Students learn skills and competencies related to advanced manufacturing, providing multiple pathways to careers and college.

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Primary Contact

Joseph Raiola, PhD
Principal

Bristol Central High School & Bristol Eastern High School

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Program Information


Program Name:
Bristol Manufacturing Production Pathway


This is a pathway program with 4 semester offerings. Automation and robotics, CAD and Solid Modeling, Tools and Materials, Manufacturing Design.

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Primary Contact

Jaime Rechenberg
STEM Supervisor

Bristol Technical Education Center

Program Information


Program Name:
Precision Machining


The Precision Machining Program provides instruction on metal millers, grinders, lathes and computer-numerical controlled (CNC) machinery. Theory is taught every day and is directed to all phases of information needed to use the various machines and machine accessories, as well as setup and operation procedures. The remainder of the day is project oriented and students make the tools necessary for the trade.

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Mark Jurczyk
Precision Machining

Bullard-Havens Technical High School

Program Information


Program Name:
Precision Machine Technology


Students enrolled in the CTECS Precision Machining Technology program are given instruction in and demonstrate skills and knowledge in machine safety, measuring tools, and precision machining fundamentals using manual milling machines, lathes, and other metal processing machines. Students progress using computer numerical controlled (CNC) machining and turning centers as early as the 10th grade and become proficient in their operation and programming upon graduation. Students receive 540 hours of instruction in the career/technical program each year. Students receive 1500 hours towards a metal trade apprenticeship upon graduation. Students are eligible to participate in Work-Based Learning (WBL) in grades 11 & 12. This program allows companies to hire students during the school day to work on the manufacturing floor. Students will get credit for their work experience and it is an important pipeline for getting our students into industry.

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Primary Contact

Drew Most
Precision Machine Technology Department Head

Cheshire High School

Program Information


Program Name:
Cheshire High School Manufacturing Academy


A five course sequence over three years in partnership with NVCC prepares students for careers in manufacturing. The courses teach manufacturing math, blueprint reading, metrology techniques and practices, benchwork and layout, manual machining, and CNC programming and operation.

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Primary Contact

Sean McKeown
Department Chair

Colchester Public Schools- Bacon Academy

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Program Information


Program Name:
Bacon Academy Manufacturing (Colchester Public Schools)


We currently have two levels of Manufacturing. Manufacturing 1 is a 1/2 year course. Manufacturing 2 is a full year course. We are adding a full year co-taught Manufacturing Design and Production course next year. We are articulated with TRCC, DOL, EWIB and the YMPI program.

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Primary Contact

Peter Arseneault
Technology Educator Teacher

Conard High School & William H. Hall High School

Program Information


Program Name:
Career & Technical Education, West Hartford Public Schools (WHPS) - Conard and Hall High Schools


The CTE Department at WHPS has two comprehensive high schools focusing on 21st century skills. Within the Technology & Engineering discipline teachers incorporate pathways for students within Manufacturing & Woodworking and Engineering courses.

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Brian Cohen
CTE Department Supervisor

Coventry High School

Program Information


Program Name:
Technology Education Department Coventry High School


Goodwin College entered a partnership with three area school districts including Coventy to expand their state-of-the-art advanced manufacturing facilities to make them more accessible to local school districts. The program serves students in Grades 11-12 in a well-structured academic progression, focusing on advanced manufacturing courses.

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Program Lead

Early College Advanced Manufacturing Pathway at Goodwin College (ECAMP)

Primary Contact

Michele Mullaly
Director of Teaching and Learning

CT River Academy

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Program Information


Program Name:
Early College Advanced Manufacturing


The Early College Advanced Manufacturing Pathway™ (ECAMP™) is a dual credit model developed by Goodwin University that prepares students for careers in the field of Advanced Manufacturing. ECAMP™ brings together collegiate level preparation in partnership with school districts and industry partners across the Greater Hartford region. ECAMP™ programs prepare students for immediate entry into the workforce and pathways to advanced credentials and degrees, allowing students to define their own educational and career goals. Students who are enrolled in the program can graduate high school with a 21-credit collegiate certificate which makes them competitive applicants for entry-level jobs in the field of advanced manufacturing which pay an average of $25/hour in CT. Also, our Early College Advanced Manufacturing Pathway is now a CSDE recognized school offering a half day program to seniors to earn 21 college credits in advanced manufacturing.

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Primary Contact

Matthew Dadona
Assistant Superintendent of Pathways and Partnerships, Goodwin University Magnet School System

Daniel Hand High School

Program Information


Program Name:
Manufacturing Production Pathway


Focused on planning, managing and performing the processing of materials into intermediate or final products and related professional and technical support activities such as production planning and control, maintenance and manufacturing, and process engineering.

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Primary Contact

Dan Grenier
CTE Program Coordinator

East Granby High School

Program Information


Program Name:
Not Reported


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Primary Contact

Antonio Demelo
Principal

East Haven High School

Program Information


Program Name:
Capstone Wood/CNC Technology Education


The program is part of a "Capstone Experience" that allows students to demonstrate the knowledge and skills they acquired during their secondary school years which: 1.) Engage students in a project/experience that focuses on a career path or academic pursuit 2.) Build on existing experiences and "stretch" to reach new goals and objectives 3.) Synthesize classroom study with "real world" perspectives 4.) Involves planning, completing, and presenting a culminating project as part of a CTE course pathway.

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Primary Contact

Michael Iavarone Jr.
CTE Instructor - Automotive & Wood/CNC Technology Education, Work Study & UELP Coordinator

EASTCONN Quinebaug Middle College

Program Information


Program Name:
Manufacturing Pathways CCP


We are developing a CCP program with Manufacturing CCP course pathways with QVCC. We currently offer Manu Math 1 and Innovations in Manufacturing. Pending certification from QV to offer Blueprinting 1, Manu Math 2 next year.

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Program Lead

Robyn Incera

Primary Contact

Melissa Jacobs
School Counselor

Eli Whitney Technical High School

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Program Information


Program Name:
Precision Machining Technology


Students enrolled in the CTECS Precision Machining Technology program are given instruction in and demonstrate skills and knowledge in machine safety, measuring tools, precision machining fundamentals using; manual milling machines, lathes, and other metal processing machines. Students’ progress using computer numerical controlled (CNC) machining and turning centers as early as the 10th grade and become proficient in their operation and programming upon graduation.

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Primary Contact

Bob Achille
Precision Machining Department Head

Glastonbury High School

Program Information


Program Name:
Glastonbury High School


GHS CTE offers engineering courses and advanced production courses. Students have access to a CNC Bridgeport, lathe and 3D printers.

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Primary Contact

Elizabeth Cole
CTE Director

Griswold High School

Program Information


Program Name:
Advanced Manufacturing


This is a new program that is sponsored and managed by the Eastern Connecticut Workforce Investment Board. The curriculum was developed for the Youth Manufacturing Pipeline Initiative (YMPI) consisting of 150 hours of classroom instruction in six core skill areas.

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Primary Contact

Timothy Conner
Technology Education Teacher

H.C. Wilcox Technical High School

Program Information


Program Name:
Precision Machining Technology


Teaching precision machining on both manual and automated technologies.

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Primary Contact

Kevin Sliwinski
Instructor

Hall High School

Program Information


Program Name:
Career & Technical Education, West Hartford Public Schools (WHPS) - Conard and Hall High Schools


The CTE Department at WHPS has two comprehensive high schools focusing on 21st century skills. Within the Technology & Engineering discipline teachers incorporate pathways for students within Manufacturing & Woodworking and Engineering courses.

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Primary Contact

Brian Cohen
CTE Department Supervisor

Hamden High School

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Program Information


Program Name:
Hamden Engineering Careers Academy (HECA)


HECA is a dual enrollment HS diploma/Associates of Science in Manufacturing Engineering or Certificate in CAD, or QC program. Students can graduate HS with up to 68 college credits, and have access to all three post secondary credentials.

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Primary Contact

Dan Cocchiola
Director of CTE, Counseling and HECA STEM Academy