Alabama FAME - FAME on the Plains
The Alabama Federation for Advanced Manufacturing Education (AL FAME) Program partners students with industry while they take classes at select community colleges. The goal is for students to gain valuable employment experience with manufacturing leaders while also completing their associate degree.
DIVE INTO A CHALLENGING ADVANCED MANUFACTURING CAREER
Over two years, students can earn as much as $33,500, which with planning can cover all of a student’s education expenses. There are also potential grants and financial aid.
While not guaranteed, there will be opportunities for the sponsor company to hire graduates as full time employees. Graduates of the AMT program will be equipped with the needed skills and experience that many manufacturing companies are actively seeking.
Ready to Apply to FAME on the Plains Chapter?
You’re smart, career-oriented, and ready for a well-paying career right now. With Alabama Federation for Advanced Manufacturing Education (AL FAME), you can dive into a challenging advanced manufacturing career while receiving the education needed to build your resume and make you highly marketable to manufacturers across the state.
FAME on the Plains Chapter News
AL FAME – Shoals Chapter Signs 26 AMT Students
Northwest-Shoals Community College (NW-SCC) hosted a Federation for Advanced Manufacturing Education (FAME) Signing Day July 14, in the Patriot Center (gym) on the Shoals Campus as 26 students were sponsored by 10 local companies. Read more
Alabama East FAME Chapter Signing Day
Interested in FAME? On Thursday May 19th, the Alabama East chapter is holding their signing day event from 6:00pm-8:00pm at the Cheaha Center Lecture Hall in Anniston, Alabama. If you’d like more details, please email Keri Wood at email@example.com.
Skilled to Work: FAME trains students for manufacturing technician jobs
Read about the Alabama FAME Rocket City Chapter that trains students for manufacturing technician jobs. Twenty sponsor companies from across the Rocket City hand-select students in the FAME program to come and work at their facility. “We’re coming in with two years of experience,” said Riley Nave, a first-year student. “We know how the plant…