October is Manufacturing Month. Ari Santiago, joined by community and state officials, hosted his podcast “Made in America”, live from Asnuntuck Community College’s Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center, for Manufacturing Day in Connecticut.
“Made in America’s” podcast celebrates Connecticut manufacturing businesses. Photographed, left to right are President of Phoenix Manufacturing Glenn Ford; Associate Director Experiential STEM Education CCAT Alyce Stiles; CT Chief Manufacturing Officer Colin Cooper; Chief Academic Officer CT Department of Education Irene Parisi; Connecticut Commissioner of Education Dr. Miguel A. Cardona; North-West Regional President of CSCU Dr. James Lombella; Phoenix Manufacturing employee Michael Contois; Dean of Advanced Manufacturing Mary Bidwell; Interim CEO Asnuntuck Community College Dr. Michelle Coach, and “Made in America” podcast host Ari Santiago.
Check out the link from the event: https://ctcreates.org/programs-events/ct-mfg-day/
Visit Ari’s podcast site: madeinamericawithari.com YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/itdirect151
Registration is now open for the Spring 2021 semester for Asnuntuck’s Advanced Manufacturing Technology program. Visit https://asnuntuck.edu/courses-programs/manufacturing-technology-program/ to learn more.