CETE receives funding for automated materials joining project

CETE Director Robert Mahlman received $212,500 of an anticipated $399,500 from the Ohio Department of Education for the Automated Materials Joining Technologies (AMJT) project: 2014–2015. The AMJT project is a series of courses for secondary career-technical students in Ohio on the advanced manufacturing process of automated materials joining. It is part of the Southern Regional Education Board’s multistate Preparation for Tomorrow initiative to develop rigorous career‐technical programs to prepare students for high‐demand careers and postsecondary success.

Contributor: Latina Duffy