NC Advanced Manufacturing Alliance
Craven Community College and nine other North Carolina community colleges have formed the North Carolina Advanced Manufacturing Alliance (NCAMA), recipient of an $18 million dollar grant from the United States Department of Labor and the United States Department of Education.
The primary goal of the NCAMA is to help educate dislocated and Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) workers, unemployed or underemployed, high school students and Veterans for high-quality jobs in many fields, from welding and composites to computer integrated machining and electronics. The NCAMA will work to provide fast-track pathways to jobs for North Carolinians.
Check out the NCAMA video!!!
Many career clusters have been identified at the state level; however, not all clusters may be available at local high schools. High school students should consult with their high school counselors to learn about specific career clusters available at their local high schools. For more information about career clusters offered in NC, please visit http://www.dpi.state.nc.us/docs/cte/publications/career/nc-career-clusters-guide.pdf
Requirements for High School Students
The Career and Technical Pathway leads to a certificate, diploma or degree aligned to fields of employment or industries that lead to careers within related career areas.
Career-Technical Pathway Options currently include the following Certificates, Diploma or Degree Programs.
NOTE: Degrees with ++, Diploma and /or Certificate option(s) are also available.
Certificate or degree only
Certificate or diploma only
Contact Information:Kyiesha Maitland
Recruiter for the North Carolina Advanced Manufacturing Alliance
Craven Community College
800 College Court
New Bern, NC 28562