Centers for Applied Competitive Technologies - Making It In California
Doing What MATTERS for Business & Industry

Making it in California

Educate, Train, Connect, and Inspire the Manufacturing Workforce!

Our Vision

Prepare California's manufacturing workforce in order to unlock individual potential and improve the quality of life for all Californians.

Our Mission

The Mission of the California Community Colleges Advanced Manufacturing Sector Team is to position California as the world leader in manufacturing by:
  • Attracting and educating a highly qualified and diverse student population to enter the manufacturing workforce
  • Developing the next generation of highly skilled manufacturing problem solvers and system thinkers
  • Fulfilling manufacturing industry's workforce needs
  • Facilitating the development of industry-aligned curriculum
  • Exploring & developing innovative and emerging approaches to workforce development for California's Manufacturers
  • >Manufacturing: Moving Humanity Forward
    Biotechnology: Enriching Our World
    Aerospace: Expanding Human Frontiers

    What's New

    New Industry Reports

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    Talk with us about how a CACT can help propel your business forward. Contact us today.

    Top 10 reasons to tap a CACT:

    1. Greater profitability and improved quality
    2. Increased productivity and reduced waste
    3. High-performance employees
    4. Improved employee safety and reduced hazards
    5. Access to advanced technology
    6. Low- or no-cost services due to leveraged public sector funding
    7. Our experts make it easy for you
    8. College-approved curriculum and excellent training expertise
    9. Unbiased professional evaluation
    10. A better return on your workforce investment
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