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RTMA to Explain Finger Lakes Apprenticeships at Haas Demo Day

 

Learn How to Leverage the Finger Lakes Youth Apprenticeship Program

 

Rochester Technology and Manufacturing Association Executive Director, Bob Coyne, will give an in depth presentation outlining the Finger Lakes Youth Apprenticeship Program.  This presentation, at Haas Demo Day, will explain how you can become one of the more than 60 Finger Lakes employers who are participating in this program.  With the support of Monroe Community College, over 100 students are participating in this program that is designed to grow and help replace your retiring workforce.

This presentation will be given at NYMAT Machine Tool, 2650 Baird Road, Fairport, NY at 11:00 AM on September 15, 2021.  Please register for this event and then plan to stay for our famous bar-b-que lunch and see new technology and important ways to save “$” on your tooling costs.

 

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FREE 6” Manual Fixed Jaw Vise ($699.95 Value)

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