Strengthen American manufacturing in your region by co-hosting an AMCC roadshow visit!
As part of AMCC’s collaborative partnership with the U.S. EDA serving as the nation’s manufacturing Community of Practice, we are working to co-create meetings organized together with key regional manufacturing community stakeholders from what could be many types of organizations.
On these trips, AMCC describes many emerging best practices and federal interventions available to regions as well as tactics learned from other regions that can be implemented in regions across the country. More than that, these trips are meant to be a catalyst to strengthening existing and proposed regional public-private consortia initiatives organized to accelerate sustainable development with some kind of manufacturing related theme. As illustrated in the reports on previous roadshow visits below, your region’s meetings will not only help us learn about regional successes and challenges that inform our work, we also hope they help your regional consortia partners be more successful in weaving together regionally relevant federal, state, local, and private interventions that can produce desired outcomes where it makes sense.
AMCC supports regional consortia organized to strengthen manufacturing in any number of public/private initiatives to include federal agency community designation programs like IMCP, DOD’s DMCSP, the EDA’s BBBRC and emerging Tech Hub program.
Read below on past AMCC’s roadshows and message Executive Director, Matt Bogoshian, at firstname.lastname@example.org, to learn how AMCC might visit your region.
AMCC’s first roadshow visit since its designation as the nation’s manufacturing community of practice. Roadshow hosted by Utah Advanced Materials & Manufacturing Initiative (UAMMI).
Participating organizations: Advanced Composites Inc, America Makes, Columbus Project, Davis Technical College, DPS Skis, Equality in Utah, Go Utah, i5 Services, IACMI Composites Institute, Idaho National Laboratory, iMpact Utah, Kihomac, LSIWins, Northrop Grumman, Parker Hannifin, Reshoring Initiative, Salt Lake Community College, Spectrum Recruiting Solutions, STEM Action Center, Suazo Business Center, Utah Advanced Materials & Manufacturing Initiative, Utah Black Chamber of Commerce, Utah Department of Workforce Services, Utah Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Utah Inland Port Project, Utah Manufacturers Association, Utah Manufacturing Extension Partnership, Utah State University, Utah System of Higher Education, Utah Women & Leadership Project, Weber State University, World Trade Center Utah
AMCC visited CT stakeholders in the first leg of a three-state roadshow in New England, hosted by Connecticut’s Department of Economic and Community Development.
Participating organizations: Burke Aerospace, Carey Manufacturing, Connecticut Business & Industry Association, Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology, Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development, Connecticut Workforce Development Boards (WIOA), CONNSTEP, FORGE Connecticut, Goodwin University, i5 Services, Infinity Fuel Cell, Metal Finishing Technologies, Penn Globe, University of Connecticut
AMCC visited RI stakeholders in the second leg of a three-state roadshow in New England, hosted by Polaris MEP.
Participating organizations: Community College of Rhode Island, Composite Energy Technologies, Jane Addams Resource Corporations, Lumetta Inc., New England Institute of Technology, Polaris MEP, Rhode Island Commerce Corporation, Rhode Island Manufacturers Association, Skills for Rhode Island’s Future, STRAC Institute, The Brickle Group
AMCC visited MA stakeholders in the third leg of a three-state roadshow in New England, hosted by Massachusetts Technology Collaborative and the Advanced Functional Fabrics of America.
Participating organizations: Advanced Functional Fabrics of America, Massachusetts Technology Collaborative, MassMEP, MIT Office of Open Learning
AMCC visited MS stakeholders as part of their MS-SHIPS consortium, which is a collaboration of organizations advancing the state’s Defense Manufacturing Community Support Program (DMCSP) awarded by the Department of Defense. AMCC’s visit coincided with a quarterly consortium meeting, following by several discussions and tours hosted by Mississippi’s state workforce office, AccelerateMS, to learn how stakeholders are attracting more people to work in manufacturing.
Participating organizations: AccelerateMS, Bollinger Shipyards, East Mississippi Community College, Ingalls Shipbuilding, Jones College, Mississippi Community College Board, Mississippi Department of Employment Security, Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College, Mississippi Manufacturers Assocation Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MMA-MEP), Mississippi State University Bagley College of Engineering, Mississippi State University Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems (CAVS) and Extension (CAVS-E), NextFlex, Pearl River Community College, Raytheon, Rolls Royce, Southwest Mississippi Community College