51 Students Graduate from TMA's Related Theory Apprentice Program and Become the Next Generation of Manufacturers in Illinois

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51 Students Graduate from TMA's Related Theory Apprentice Program and Become the Next Generation of Manufacturers in Illinois


Association, Technology, Association, Manufacturing, Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL)


Byline: Technology & Manufacturing Association

HOFFMAN ESTATES, IL u 51 students graduated from TMA's Related Theory Apprentice Program last Thursday night (May 24), surrounded by their family, co-workers, and TMA representatives at the Stonegate Conference & Banquet Centre in Hoffman Estates. These students successfully completed the three-year program while working full-time at their TMA sponsor companies. 18 graduated in Mold Making, 18 in Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Programming, and 15 in Tool & Die Making.

"This program and you, the graduates, really personify the great strides we are making in manufacturing in Illinois. Illinois is the heart of manufacturing in the US and I think we could also say that manufacturing is really the heart of Illinois," said Deputy Governor Leslie Munger during her opening remarks. "With the education, training, and hard work of all the graduates here, Illinois will have a competitive advantage over our neighboring states in the most critical, number one need for companies today u a skilled workforce. Apprenticeships are a win-win for both the students and the company: students get an opportunity to both learn and earn the skills they need, and companies get employees trained in the exact skills they need for their job."

TMA's Related Theory Graduation was for students who have completed the three-year Apprentice Training Program. Students attend class twice a week from 6pm - 9pm for 28 weeks each year, in addition to working full-time at their sponsored TMA member company. …

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