SAMC’s organizational partners, comprised of MassHire Workforce Boards, local, state, federal, and non-profit organizations along with other stakeholders from the Southeastern Massachusetts region, Cape Cod and the Islands, are committed to improving the area’s advanced manufacturing workforce pipeline.

SAMC’s organizational partners, with our manufacturing and educational partners, work to develop strategies, funding, and resources to provide manufacturing employers with a skilled workforce while creating a sustainable living for these workers.

Southeastern Advanced Manufacturing Consortium


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Chris Anzuoni

“Most importantly however, I wanted to express my heartfelt thanks to the MassHire Southeastern Massachusetts Regional Partnership and the Massachusetts Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development. I am grateful their grant funding was provided within my district to the Center for Corporate and Professional Education at the Cape Cod Community College.

The instructors and all the behind the scenes people that administered and supported this program are a top quality team. The on-line format even encouraged my fellow classmates and me to became actively engaged despite our remote environments. We are all fortunate to have received the benefit of the grant.

To conclude, I simply wanted you to know that your efforts are sincerely appreciated.”

Chris Anzuoni, The Smart Manufacturing Training Program Participant
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Bill Morin

“My experience in the program was excellent, the instructors were great, and when the classes were over I had the confidence I had the skills to join the workforce. It’s a great new profession, the the only regret I have is not starting this earlier. Thanks MassHire for the opportunity.”

Bill Morin, Student in the Advanced Manufacturing Cohort from Fall 2019, recipient of MACWIC Level 1 and 2 Certification

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