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The last day to apple for the AAMA Scholarship is February 27! Apply Here 



CARCAM's own Wallace State instructor Joe Hendrix is currently in Germany attending the Siemen Mechatronic System Certification Program

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CARCAM expands its partnerships through a TAACCCT Dept. of Labor Grant

 CARCAM is one of the thirteen community and technical colleges in the Southeast that are participating in the Multi-State Advanced Manufacturing Consortium (MS-AMC) grant. The grant’s mission is to improve manufacturing education to better align with industry and student requirements with a focus on three manufacturing industries – process, automotive/transportation, and aerospace/parts and precision manufacturing. Leveraging the expertise of their industrial partners and building upon successful processes developed over the past few years, the college members of this consortium are committed to bridging the disconnect and transforming the face of manufacturing education in their institutions. For more information, go to


2014 JLDC Conference

Over 8,000 Alabama High School students attended this years Alabama Joint Leadership Development Conference (JLDC)! CARCAM was proud to be one of four sponsors brought on to the JLDC this year to enlighten students about the benefits of following a career in a technical or manufacturing field. To find out more information regarding the JLDC, visit


2014 ATE Conference

 Student Nicholas Meadows and Instructor David Felton attend the 2014 ATE Conference in Washington, D.C. Nicholas was one of 50 outstanding students selected to attend the annual National conference on behalf of the CARCAM Program and Jeff. State Community College. 



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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