School Information

85 Wall St
Hebron, CT 06248

Program of Studies

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School Contact

Primary Contact

Jacqueline Wetherell
Career and Technical Education Department Coordinator

Program Overview

Manufacturing For Industry: YMPI with EWIB

Brief Description
The YMPI program at RHAM High School offers seniors the opportunity to learn hands-on skills in the manufacturing field while earning college credits and pre-apprenticeship hours. Upon completion students are placed into the workforce through a partnership with RHAM High School and the Eastern Workforce Investment Board.
Year Program Started
Grade Level Sequence
Manufacturing Production Process, Manufacturing Production

Academic Design and Delivery

Are prerequisite courses required to enter the program?
Number of courses required to complete or offered in the program:
Total credits required to complete the program:
Industry-recognized credentials

OSHA-10 and Tooling U, Credit(s) towards an associate degree, A certificate or certification offered by a third party, A certificate of completion of a pre-apprenticeship, OSHA – 10

Program Standards
Stakeholders participating in program review

Education: This may include a high school diploma or equivalent, postsecondary degree or completion of postsecondary level CTE coursework.

Assessments: This may include the successful completion of testing in CTE subject matter, content area expertise, or other relevant knowledge.

Teacher or CTE Training: This may include completion of professional learning or training required for teachers generally, professional learning or training in the CTE field or in a specific occupational area, mentorship experience, or other pedagogical training.

Opportunities to earn credit articulating to the next level of education
Articulation agreements, Dual or concurrent enrollment programs

Industry Partnerships

Does program curricula incorporate employability skill standards?
How are employability skill standards incorporated into the program?
Students complete resumes, mock interviews, and communications techniques/practice throughout the semester.
Program/business partnerships
Yes - EWIB additional support, CCAT additional support, TRCC collegiate, UCONN School of Engineering collegiate, Goodwin University collegiate, Hebron Public Schools elementary, Alpha Q, employer, Horst Engineering employer, Marlborough Plastics employer, Highway Safety Corp employer, Sound Manufacturing employer, Wepco Plastics employer, Metal Industries, Inc. employer, Columbia Manufacturing employer, ATI Metals employer, United Steel employer, Turbine Technologies employer, International Cordage East employer, MPS Plastics employer, InCord Ltd employer, ACMT Inc. employer, Aerospace Group Pegasus Manufacturing employer, Trumpf employer, Habco Manufacturing employer, Robert E Morris employer, Pratt & Whitney employer, Scott Electrokrafts, Inc. employer, State Senator Catherine Osten state support, CSDE state support, DOL state support, CT State Chief Manufacturing Officer state support
Community Partners
Work-based learning opportunities/internships
Pre-apprenticeships, Simulated work environments
Pre-apprenticeship hours are awarded for completion of the program. Hours are estimated 130-150

Student Recruitment and Engagement

How programs are marketed
Printed materials, Guidance activities, Other
Program data collection
No response