Scott Myshin, 32, of Monessen, is completing his associate of applied science degree in Advanced Manufacturing and Robotics at Westmoreland County Community College.
“I’m using my degree knowledge in ways I never thought I would,” Ryan McCurdy said. He is now an architectural drafter at Tucker Auto-Mation’s U.S. headquarters in North Huntingdon.
Westmoreland County Community College is now conducting registration for spring credit classes.
Engineering Technology student Olivia Gennaro has been a part of Women in Manufacturing at the college’s Advanced Technology Center for the past two years, where she has shared her knowledge with female high school students.
Westmoreland County Community College is offering a manufacturing training program for the unemployed, underemployed and those who have barriers to employment and education.
Max Inks used his associate degrees in both Advanced Manufacturing and Robotics and Electronics Engineering Technology to obtain a job he loves.
Advanced manufacturing and robotics is a blend of mechanical, electrical, electronics and computerized technologies that together form complex automated systems.
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