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Institute for Advanced Manufacturing

The Institute for Advanced Manufacturing at Clinton Community College is a 30,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility, designed and equipped to serve as a regional hub for manufacturing education. The building houses Clinton's technology programs, as well as flexible teaching / learning space and courses for manufacturers to advance their workforce.

Equipment and Capabilities

The IAM features a variety of equipment designed to give students and users hands-on, real-life experience. The space is structured to reflect a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility, and includes the following stations:

  • Flexible Manufacturing Lab: 3D printers, 3D scanner, laser engraver, printer/cutter
  • Mechatronics Lab: AMTEC manufacturing simulator, fluid power trainer, electro-mechanical cell, mechanical systems trainer, electrical systems trainer, instrumentation trainer
  • Computer Technology Lab: Routers and switches, industry tools, network test equipment
  • Electronics Lab: Digital oscilloscopes, OrCAD software, multimeters, prototyping boards, DC power supplies, function generators, digital trainers, microcontroller development boards
  • Welding Lab: VRTEX 360 welding simulator, MIG welding 
  • Machine Shop: Lathe, CNC router, CNC and manual mill
  • Computer Lab: 30 user stations with Android Studio, Visual Studio, SQL Management Studio, the AutoDesk Suite, Solid Works, MasterCAM
  • Conference Room: Conference table with seating for 30, video conferencing capabilities, kitchenette
  • Lecture Room: Technology-equipped classroom with seating for up to 60

Customized Training and Programs 

The IAM is available to be used with CCC faculty and staff for customized training programs, or for companies to host training sessions. 

Contact CCWD for more information. 

A.A.S., A.O.S., and Certificate Programs

Clinton offers a range of degree and certificate programs which prepare students with the skills and discipline needed to be successful in a wide variety of technology and manufacturing positions.

Our technology programs have a very high job placement rate, with most graduates working in their field of study, making competitive wages. 

For more information about the IAM, contact the Center for Community and Workforce Development

Center for Community & Workforce Development

Moore Bldg., 1st floor
Room 139M
Phone: 518-562-4143


Connor Douglass
Community & Workforce
Development Specialist

For information about applying for a technology degree or certificate program, contact the Admissions Office.