JCC’s Manufacturing Technology Institute

Design. Build. Test.

Manufacturing is part of the backbone of a thriving economy. Meeting the demand for skilled and trained employees in the manufacturing field is why JCC’s Manufacturing Technology Institute exists.

With facilities located on our Jamestown and Cattaraugus County campuses, MTI provides students with the equipment and programs needed to train for careers in advanced manufacturing.

Many in the current manufacturing workforce will retire within the next decade, leaving a void for businesses that rely on skilled employees.

Choose your path

Our small class sizes, meaningful programs, and new equipment give you the ingredients to develop and refine your skills.

In one-year certificate programs, you are trained to take your knowledge to the manufacturing field and be confident in your abilities on the job.

Or you can opt for a two-year degree program and transition quickly into a career or transfer to a four-year institution.

Think about it

Baby Boomers are retiring. The economy is expanding. Many manufacturing businesses struggle to meet customer demand because they can’t find skilled production personnel.

You can be part of a new age in manufacturing. JCC gives you the foundation to be part of a highly valued skilled workforce that innovates and adapts to change. 

Jamestown Campus MTI

MTI, located in a dynamic facility adjacent to JCC's Jamestown Campus, provides a simulated manufacturing environment. Program offerings include:

Cattaraugus County Campus MTI

The MTI facility in Olean houses equipment and programs that reflect the need for manufacturing skill development for regional industry. Programs include:

 

Scholarships

Workforce development scholarships are available for eligible students. Scholarship funds earmarked for students enrolled in programs at MTI have been provided by area businesses to support workforce development efforts.

Internships

Whether paid or unpaid, for credit or not, an internship offers you connections to your future. Valuable experiential learning opportunities in the technology and manufacturing related fields are available.

Academic/for credit internships: Internships offered for academic credit require a faculty sponsor, completion of at least 24 college credits, and a 2.0 GPA. For every one credit earned, at least 45 hours of work must be completed.

Non-credit internships: Any JCC student is eligible for a non-credit internship. While you cannot earn academic credit, you are able to gain valuable experience.

Continuing Education

Training and certification programs, whether for career advancement or personal enrichment, are coordinated at the MTIs through JCC’s Center for Continuing Education.

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Contact

Director of Engineering Science and Technology

716.338.1324

Welding Technology Coordinator

716.338.1327

Admissions

800.388.8557
admissions@mail.sunyjcc.edu