Thanks to a Google grant, America Makes, the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute will partner with 3D Veterans to expand a boot camp that trains U.S. military veterans in advanced manufacturing. The four-week boot camp, created last fall, will train vets in skills like 3D printing, CAD and traditional manufacturing.
“The power in this program lies in the collaboration between industry, academia and training partners,” said Leanne Gluck, the Deputy Director for Workforce and Education at America Makes.
More About 3D Veterans
America Makes is a public-private partnership with member organizations from industry, education, government, nonprofits and workforce/economic development resources.
To read more about this workforce development initiative, click here.
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