Manufacturing Tech Program

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SUNY Corning Community College's Manufacturing Technician Program was designed with local manufacturing industry in mind. Students who successfully complete the program are ready to enter the workforce immediately with skills and competencies for entry-level positions within manufacturing.

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This intensive 160 hour program features a combination of class, hands-on labs, and facility tours with local employers and is in alignment with local manufacturing employment needs. It offers instruction in:

  • Manufacturing Math
  • Blueprint Reading
  • Precision Measurement
  • Applied CMM (Coordinate Measuring Machine) Arm Training
  • Interview Skills
  • Resume Preparation
  • Interview Opportunities

Graduates leave our program prepared to begin entry-level positions in the manufacturing industry.

To be considered for the program, students must: have a high school diploma or GED and attend an information session.

This program is free to participants, thanks to the support of the New Energy New York grant. In addition to tuition support, students who successfully complete the program will receive a completion stipend of $1,000. 

NENY logo - program supported by NENYAn NSF Regional Innovation Engine and America's Battery Tech Hub, New Energy New York is a national leader of workforce and technology development for the U.S. battery industry, made possible by a coalition and their programs along the entire battery value chain.

Training Offered:

Monday - Thursday
June 3rd, 2024 - July 3rd, 2024
8am - 4:30pm


Monday - Thursday
July 15th, 2024 - August 15th, 2024
8am - 4:30pm

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For more information on when our next cohort will be launching, please contact Nick DeRico at 607-936-7313 or by email at

Corning Community College Airport Corporate Park
360 Daniel Zenker Drive, Horseheads, NY 14845

SUNY Corning Community College is committed to ensuring equal access to students with disabilities. If you believe that you will need accommodations while taking this course, please contact Accessibility Services by phone 607-962-9262 or email to begin the process of requesting accommodations. We strive to coordinate accommodations in a timely manner, but some accommodations may not be available when you need them if you do not give timely notice.