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Manufacturing Pipeline Initiative Recognized For its Results & Potential Across The State

Hartford Business Journal labels "A successful program"

The $50 million apprenticeship program approved by the legislature earlier this year was largely based on the pipeline program's success, officials said.

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EWIB & Manufacturing Pipeline Initiative (MPI) Praised For Their Impact

Collaboration Among Community Stakeholders Cited As Key To The Program Results

This bold and innovative initiative provides solutions to several urgent issues facing eastern Connecticut. The workforce program supplies trained and vetted employees to fill the roster for EB and its supply-chain vendors in Connecticut. EB already has hired several thousand more people to design and build two submarines a year for the Navy. In the coming years, EB estimates it will need to hire several thousand more skilled tradesmen to replace retirees and to meet the increased production demand.

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Celebration of New Full-Service American Job Center-East

Manufacturing Pipeline Initiative Highlighted For It's 1,000+ Placements

For he employers who are trying to fill the increasing number of manufacturing jobs being created in this region and throughout the state, American Job Center East is a way to grow the state's workforce.
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Region Celebrates Opening Of New Job Center With Numerous Announcements

Grand Opening Includes Grand Annoucements

As officials celebrated the grand opening of a new job center here, a local initiative that funnels trained candidates into local manufacturing positions also got a boost.

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EWIB's Manufacturing Pipeline Results Exceed National Averages For Women

Quality of Instructors and Support Services in the Program Cited as Key Factors

It's already happening locally -- participation in the Eastern Connecticut Manufacturing Pipeline Initiative exceeds national and state averages in the four main skilled trades of the program.

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