Greenville Tech's Manufacturing Job and Training Fair is June 20

Greenville Tech will hold a Manufacturing Job and Training Fair on Wednesday, June 20 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at McAlister Square. Thirty employers will be on hand including BMW, Bosch Rexroth, and GE to allow attendees to apply on the spot for available openings.
For those who need the skills to qualify for these openings, Greenville Tech will have advisors and financial aid representatives available to talk about training for manufacturing. Accelerated training opportunities are now open for enrollment. These programs allow a student to begin in August and be trained to qualify for positions by December and include programs in CNC Prep & Basic Machine Operator and Production Technician. There are also non-credit options through the college’s Corporate and Career Development division including Mechatronics Systems and Manufacturing Production Technician, a curriculum based on Manufacturing Skill Standards Council guidelines.
Employment in the Upstate is improving, and manufacturing leads the way. According to the SC Upstate Alliance 2011 investment announcements, more than 4,000 new manufacturing jobs will be created within the next three to five years in the region. With recent announcements by BMW and Michelin, that number is even higher.
Greenville Tech offers many programs geared toward advanced manufacturing including Industrial Electricity, Industrial Maintenance Technology, Mechatronics, Machine Tool Technology, CNC Programmer/Prep/Machine Operator, Electronic Engineering Technology, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Supply Chain Management, Quality, Lean, Lean Six Sigma, Project Management, Supervision & Leadership, Teamwork/Interpersonal Skills, Manufacturing Production Tech, Welding, PLC, Warehousing, and Inventory Control.

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