On Wednesday, October, 7th the AMCC hosted a virtual briefing at the bipartisan U.S. House of Representatives Manufacturing Caucus entitled "Bottom-up: Advancing the Manufacturing Community Model". The briefing, from experts and practitioners around the country, included our very own AMCC members telling the story of promising tactics to build more sustainable economic development for all Americans. It highlighted, IMCP, DMCSP, the Endless Frontier... Continue Reading →
On Monday, September 21st, Ben Linville-Engler, Industry and Certificate Director, MIT SDM presented to the American Manufacturing Communities Collaborative on the Massachusetts Manufacturing Emergency Response Team. MA M-ERT PresentationDownload For more information on this material or the AMCC, please contact AMCC Executive Director, Matt Bogoshian, at email@example.com.
AMCC is proud to hear from Janice Urbanik of the National Fund for Workforce Solutions and their efforts for Activating Employers to Foster Inclusive Prosperity. View their presentation below. Employer Activation Leading to Inclusive ProsperityDownload For Questions on the material covered, please contact AMCC Executive Director, Matt Bogoshian, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Department of Defense, Office of Economic Adjustment announced today that six manufacturing communities were selected in a competitive process to be federally designated “manufacturing communities” that will qualify them for federal funding in ways that will leverage state, local and private funding and leadership to ensure that the material our military needs has a... Continue Reading →
"The BlueGreen Alliance’s manufacturing agenda proposes a set of national actions to achieve global leadership across clean technology manufacturing; cut emissions from the production of essential materials; upgrade and modernize the entirety of the U.S. industrial base within three decades; and undertake a new generation of industrial development that rebuilds good American jobs and is... Continue Reading →
The American Manufacturing Communities Collaborative host Restart Partners. Restart Partners is focused on providing “science-based, data-driven estimates and resources to assist government, non-profits, and businesses, and communities to plan for, purchase and distribute PPE (personal protective equipment) to assure safe opening of our communities and our livelihoods.” Restart Overview - AMCC Restart - Short Overview... Continue Reading →
On Thursday, June 11, American Manufacturing Communities Collaborative (AMCC), the Center for Regional Economic Competitiveness (CREC), and the Northeast-Midwest Institute (NEMWI) hosted a webinar on the Endless Frontier Act and how it represents a sea change in progress by funding scientific development and technological innovation that is even beyond the historic post-Sputnik investment of the... Continue Reading →
https://youtu.be/ULKIEL7dxoM On May 14th, the AMCC and the Center for Regional Economic Competitiveness (CREC) co-presented a webinar helping communities around the country adopt predictive PPE models in order to meet supply and production demands, with the ultimate goal of ensuring public safety and saving lives. For Questions on the material covered, please contact AMCC Executive... Continue Reading →
https://youtu.be/SXniFA7cj5Q The American Manufacturing Communities Collaborative is working to be on the frontline of solutions to the COVID-19 health crisis. As states continue to struggle to secure protective equipment for health workers in their states, for example, manufacturers in our communities alongside the agencies and organizations that work with them, are aiming to meet these... Continue Reading →
The American Manufacturing Communities Collaborative applauds the inclusion of $25 million for Defense Manufacturing Communities in the FY 2020 Budget that has passed both the House and Senate this week and is expected to be signed into law by President Trump. This high impact federal investment will help communities deliver two things both parties can... Continue Reading →