M List

Press Release

Posted: June 25, 2013

LCCC NAMED TO MANUFACTURING INSTITUTE’S M-LIST

Lorain County Community College is one of just two community colleges in Ohio to be named to the M-List, which recognizes high schools, community colleges, technical schools, and universities that are teaching manufacturing students to industry standards. 

The M-List was compiled by the Manufacturing Institute to recognize schools that offer students the opportunity to earn National Association of Manufacturing (NAM) Endorsed Manufacturing Skills Certifications as a standard part of their manufacturing education programs.

Kelly Zelesnik, LCCC’s Dean of Engineering Technologies, said she is honored – but not surprised – that LCCC made the list.

“We work closely with local manufacturers to ensure our curriculum matches employers’ needs,” she said. “Students at LCCC get a hands-on education that prepares them for today’s manufacturing workforce.”

LCCC offers a variety of degrees and certificates in Manufacturing and Engineering Technologies, including Computer Aided Machining, Mechanical Design, Quality Control and many more.

To learn more about manufacturing programs at LCCC, visit www.lorainccc.edu/manufacturing. For more information about the M-List, visit http://www.themanufacturinginstitute.org/.

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