New England Tech’s SAMI program infuses local economy with trained machinists

SPIN CYCLE: New England Institute of Technology Advanced Manufacturing Coordinator Todd Sposato, right, works with student Zach Carmody, 24, of Charlestown on the lathe at the Shipbuilding/Marine and Advanced Manufacturing Institute workroom at New England Tech’s Warwick campus. 
PBN PHOTO/DAVE HANSEN
SPIN CYCLE: New England Institute of Technology Advanced Manufacturing Coordinator Todd Sposato, right, works with student Zach Carmody, 24, of Charlestown on the lathe at the Shipbuilding/Marine and Advanced Manufacturing Institute workroom at New England Tech’s Warwick campus. 
PBN PHOTO/DAVE HANSEN
PBN MANUFACTURING AWARDS 2020 | Workforce Development & Productivity: New England Institute of Technology Shipbuilding/Marine and Advanced Manufacturing Institute IT’S THE TYPE of program that takes the unemployed, even homeless, and gives them hope, all while boosting Rhode Island’s ranks of skilled tradespeople. Consider one student who enrolled last year in the 10-week machinist program…

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