You can pursue respected industry certifications and credentials without breaking the bank. There are 2-year degrees and other short-term certifications that open the door to career options galore. One first step to a dynamic career is a manufacturing-centric academic foundation possibly combined with apprenticeship training or other work-based learning options. Manufacturing training may start as early as high school! Ohio's community colleges are partnering with schools throughout Ohio to develop manufacturing programs designed to accelerate your education and get you to work!
|Cincinnati State Technical and Community College|
|Columbus State Community College|
|Cuyahoga Community College|
|Eastern Gateway Community College|
|Lakeland Community College|
|Lorain County Community College|
|Owens Community College|
|Rhodes State College|
|Sinclair Community College|
|Stark State College|
|Zane State College|
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