Schools Leverage 3D Printing to Prepare the Workforce

The manufacturing industry is experiencing a shortage of workers with high-tech skills. Technical and community colleges are stepping in to bridge the gap with courses that give students experience in additive technology.

In this Solution Brief you’ll get a closer look at how schools are succeeding with a 3D printing curriculum to develop the next highly-skilled workforce.

2 students working on a 3d print at a computer monitor

"Our students get real-world experience working on meaningful projects. This is an excellent way to align formal internships and build relationships with hiring managers.” Michael Lawrence, QCC engineering instructor

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