Multi-State Advanced Manufacturing Consortium (M-SAMC)
The Multi-State Advanced Manufacturing Consortium (M-SAMC), designs innovative program models that improve manufacturing education. With 13 college partners across 10 states, more than 40 industrial partners, and state-of-the-art technology, M-SAMC leverages its combined experiences to increase student success locally, and it brings manufacturing jobs back to the U.S. nationally.
M-SAMC’s colleges bridge the gap between the needs of the workplace and the manufacturing curriculum to pave the way for job-driven training, and it empowers student workers to meet the demands of today’s careers by thriving in high-wage, high-skill occupations.
Developing Web Based Labor Market and Work Sills Information Tools
Start Date: Apr 2014 — End Date: Sep 2019
CREC is helping Henry Ford Community College and its partner colleges to develop a web-based platform and related training to evaluate the economic relevance and value of specific manufacturing work skills. Henry Ford Community College, based in Dearborn, Michigan, is the lead institution of a 13-member consortium of community colleges — the Multi-State Advanced Manufacturing […]
Developing Web Based Labor Market and Work Skills Information Tools
Start Date: Apr 2015 — End Date: Sep 2019
CREC launches a 2-year project to help Henry Ford Community College and its partner colleges developing an online application to evaluate the economic relevance and value of specific manufacturing work skills.
CREC Helps M-SAMC Expand Training to Community Colleges
January 5, 2016
The Center for Regional Economic Competitiveness (CREC), in partnership with the Multi-State Advanced Manufacturing Consortium (M-SAMC), has produced a number of training videos that show community college administrators how to best use federal statistical agency programs to understand their local communities and build programs that better serve their students’ needs. Specifically, the videos use tools […]
VIDEO: CREC Enhances Educators’ Understanding Using Public Data Tools
August 21, 2015
Ken Poole and Lindsay Johnson delivered two days of training for the Multi-state Advanced Manufacturing Consortium (MSAMC) at Spartanburg Community College in Spartanburg, South Carolina.