Could your Northeast Ohio manufacturing company expand if you had more talent with training in Automation Engineering Technologies, Digital Fabrication, Computer Aided Machining, Computer Information System Networking and Software Development, Cyber and Information Systems, or Microelectronic Manufacturing?
The Lorain County Community College (LCCC) TRAIN OH program works with regional employers to develop earn-and-learn programs that combine paid part- or fulltime work-based learning for students while they work toward their associate degree.
TRAIN OH was launched in 2016 with the Microelectronic Manufacturing program. Because these graduates have a 100% job placement rate, the model was expanded to include multiple industrial technologies based on demand from area manufacturers.
A significant benefit of the program is that LCCC identifies student job candidates for participating employers.
More than 100 job opportunities have been created as a result of the TRAIN OH program and LCCC has established relationships with 125 employer partners who provide support in a variety of ways. Employer partners include AgriNomix, Lincoln Electric, and Vexos.
If your company is located within 50 miles of LCCC, learn more by contacting Courtney Tenhover, Program Developer, Engineering, Business, and Information Technologies, LCCC. 4/1/2021