Discussion of Manufacturing Renaissance Campaign

Michelle Burris with The Century Foundation had a discussion of the Manufacturing Renaissance Campaign that they recently launched to the AMCC Monday morning call on February 7, 2022. Michelle touched on what will happen with the bill on if it is passed or not. The purpose of the councils is to use historically distressed communities... Continue Reading →

Utah EDA ARPA Build Back Better Phase 1

Tulinda Larsen with the Utah Advanced Materials & Manufacturing Initiative presented to the weekly Monday AMCC call on January 10, 2022 about the Utah EDA ARPA Build Back Better Phase 1. Utah's main vision is to ensure that Utah is a global leader in advanced materials and advanced manufacturing. Their mission is to promote collaboration,... Continue Reading →

Overview of AACC during the COVID-19 pandemic

Jen Worth with the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) and Craig McAtee with National Coalition of Advanced Technology presented during our weekly Monday calls on December 6, 2021. Jen explained how AACC is the membership organization for all community colleges across the country. During the pandemic, they saw a lot of innovation happen within... Continue Reading →

AMCC Strategic Plan 2021 Overview

On Monday, September 20, 2021, Matt Bogoshian went over the 2021 AMCC Strategic Plan. In this presentation, he went over the four goals. Goal 1 is to grow, Goal 2 is to integrate, Goal 3 is to measure, and Goal 4 is to sustain. These goals are explained in more depth in the presentation video... Continue Reading →

Automation in the Defense Industrial Base

Adele Ratcliff, Director, Industrial Base Analysis and Sustainment (IBAS) Program at United States Department of Defense, discussed the types of jobs impacted by automation as well as how it highlights the trends on AMCC's Weekly Monday Call. In the meeting, it was stated that operator and technician positions are changing from hands-on production work to... Continue Reading →

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