Learn about our Advanced Machining and Electro-Mechanical Certificate and Degree programs!

Register for one or more open houses hosted at Tunxis and Asnuntuck Community College.


>> Visit the Advanced Manufacturing Technology Program page

Attendee Info

Need help? Call 860.773.1631 to speak with Academic Dean Amy Feest.

What is it?

Advanced Manufacturing is the path to a growth-oriented career that is hands-on and high-tech, in AerospaceSubmarinesBiomedical Technology and other exciting fields. Earn a certificate in fewer than 10 months, and benefit from a 90% placement rate upon completion. According to the state Department of Labor, manufacturing jobs in Connecticut paid an average salary of $81,390.

The High Job Demand In Connecticut
source: CBIA

Connecticut is home to 4,011 manufacturing firms. As one of the largest contributors to Connecticut’s gross state product,  manufacturing is experiencing a resurgence in the state.

From power tools to roof racks, jet engines to elevators, products made in Connecticut are sold throughout the U.S. and around the world.