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 Wallace State Student Awarded Bill Taylor Scholarship

 Left Bill Taylor Scholarship winner student Scott Bartlett & Department Chair and Instructor Joe Hendrix, Industrial Electronics/Mechatronics at Wallace State Community College in Hanceville


In June, the AlabamaGermany Partnership presented the Bill Taylor Scholarship to Wallace State Community College student Scott Bartlett.

The scholarship was named after former Mercedes-Benz U.S. International (MBUSI) CEO and President Bill Taylor (now President of EDPA). This award is given annually through the AAMA Scholarship program. The scholarship is given to a student residing in Alabama with an objective in pursuing a career in automotive manufacturing. Full Article Here


 Congratulations Jefferson State Community College!


Congrats to JSCC for recently being awarded the NSF funded ATE Grant "Advancing Education in Production Technology". With the funding from this grant, JSCC can further its reach in educating students in the latest production technology materials and prepare them for a career in manufacturing!


2015-16 AAMA-Dr. Bernard J. Schroer Scholarship Recipients 

After careful deliberation, the AAMA Scholarship Committee has selected 10 students to receive the AAMA scholarship. The AAMA scholarship is available for up to 12 students from CARCAM partner Colleges per year, each student must meet several areas of critera in ordered for their application to proceed to the Scholarship Committee. A total of $15,000 worth of scholarships were awarded for the 2015-16 academic year. Congratulations to all of the recipients! 

2015-16 Recipients

  • Bradley Adams - CACC
  • Matthew Clark - CACC
  • Kaleb Clark - GSCC
  • Kaytlyn Naugher - GSCC
  • Jordan Pruitt - GSCC
  • Colin Wells -LSCC
  • John Pierce - TSTC
  • James Segers - TSTC
  • Mason Thompson - TSTC
  • Scott Bartlett - WSCC(Hanceville)


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CARCAM Mission: 

CARCAM responds to rapid advanced manufacturing sector growth by establishing and implementing innovative methods to develop a highly-skilled, diverse technical workforce and provide state-of-the-art professional development.


Who Are We?
The CARCAM consortium is one of 36 regional National Science Foundation ATE Center’s. We are educating today’s workforce in cutting–edge technology. Our curriculum is specifically designed and developed with input from business and industry and implemented in today’s highly advanced technical manufacturing industry.

CARCAM Colleges offer students the opportunity to learn advanced technology skills that drive the regional economy.




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