SUNY TEAM: Ready, Set, Work.

New York’s need for workers in industries like nanotechnology and advanced manufacturing is at an all-time high.


Advanced manufacturing opportunities await qualified workers. Now they can get that training in 9-18 months.

New York’s need for workers in industries like nanotechnology and advanced manufacturing is at an all-time high.

Welcome to SUNY TEAM

We’re a consortium of SUNY community colleges, New York businesses and economic development agencies. Our mission is to develop training and educational programs that meet employers’ needs in high-tech industries where the state’s demand for skilled workers is high and continuing to grow. We will serve more than 3,000 TAA-eligible workers and veterans through seven newly created technical programs. All are designed to help students complete certificates in as little as 9-18 months—qualifying them to take well-paying jobs that can lead to fulfilling careers.

The Certificate Programs: • Advanced Manufacturing & Machining • Semiconductor & Nanotechnology • Optical Technology • Photovoltaics • Plastics • CNC Precision Machining • Welding

Manage quality control for computerized production, or contribute to the system’s design— all part of the Advanced Manufacturing program.

Advanced Manufacturing

& Machining

Advanced Manufacturing & Machining

The innovations in manufacturing and machining processes (and possibilities)

have been game changing in recent years. Technically skilled employees

are needed now more than ever. Engineering firms and other businesses

are eager for workers with training in computer-aided design, electrical

technology and machine tooling, to name only a few. In many areas, jobs

outnumber qualified applicants. SUNY TEAM training will get them qualified.

The curricula include Engineering Drawing, Manufacturing Processes,

Electrical Technology, Electronics and Solid Modeling, among others.

These schools offer Advanced Manufacturing & Machining: Cayuga Community College Corning Community College Erie Community College

Hudson Valley Community College Jamestown Community College Mohawk Valley Community College Monroe Community College Onondaga Community College Suffolk County Community College SUNY Broome Tompkins Cortland Community College Ulster Community College Westchester Community College

Students learn specialized skills through hands-on training and extensive lab work.

Semiconductor & Nanotechnology

Nanoscale manufacturing, methods and tools have changed our world—

Semiconductor &


think smart phone and nuclear medicine. New materials and devices

developed at this level surface daily. Our Semiconductor & Nanotechnology

program provides students with skills in basic micro- and nanofabrication

procedures. Nanomaterials require special handling and design. Our

collaboration with local area semiconductor (solid conductive substances)-

and nanotechnology (engineering at a molecular level)-based manufacturers

helps students acquire the technical skills needed. Our new certificate

program will provide entry into this incredibly exciting field.

These schools offer Semiconductor & Nanotechnology: Erie Community College Fulton-Montgomery Community College

Hudson Valley Community College Mohawk Valley Community College Schenectady County Community College

Demand for optical technologists is greater than the supply. We want to change that.

Optical Technology

Optical technologists design and manufacture optical instruments, including

lenses, microscopes and telescopes. The work calls for a disciplined, precise

set of skills. We deliver. Graduates of our certificate program have always

been in high demand—with more jobs than qualified people. Encourage

Optical Technology

applicants to join their number.

This school offers Advanced Optical Technology: Monroe Community College

Photovoltaics is now the world’s third most important renewable energy source. .


Photovoltaics (PV) is the conversion of solar energy into direct current

electricity via PV systems—such as those found in solar panels. Business,

and the need for this renewable energy source, is booming. Our program

outlines the possibilities, management, fabrication and installation of this

emergent technology.


These schools offer Photovoltaics: Hudson Valley Community College Ulster Community College (Coming Soon)

Offer a future in an industry critical to aerospace, construction and electronics.


Engine filters. Toys. Syringes. Plastic components keep cars running,

children happy and diabetics healthy. The uses of plastics are legion, as

are its manufacturing facilities. Due to the sheer quantity needed, most

plastic manufacturers use automated production systems. Technicians

monitor and maintain these lines. Our program’s students will study the

characteristics, systems and manufacturing processes of a broad range

of plastics. They will be able to read blueprints, write technical reports and

use relevant computer applications.


This school offers Plastics: Cayuga Community College

Precision machinists drill, cut and shape high-tech materials.

CNC Precision Machining

Computer Numerical Control (CNC) precision machining is about

control—incredibly precise control. Computer-guided systems produce

goods and materials in a whole new way. However, these sophisticated

machines can’t run themselves. Well-trained technicians are needed to

operate them. The academic coursework, labs and on-site experience

allow program graduates to enter or advance in such fields as mold,

model or die making; machine repair and CNC machining. An experienced

CNC operator can earn as much as $60,000 annually.

CNC Precision


These schools offer CNC Precision Machining: Erie Community College Jamestown Community College Mohawk Valley Community College Monroe Community College

Well-trained welders can make as much as $50,000 annually.


Welding is an art. A practical one. Whether creating a wrought iron fence

or repairing an industrial pipeline, there is beauty and a good living in this

centuries-old process. For those who like to work with their hands and are

good communicators and problem solvers, our certificate program could

be the perfect fit. At completion, students will be able to perform and

inspect quality welds, read and fabricate from blueprints and write specs.

These schools offer a Welding Certificate: Jamestown Community College Mohawk Valley Community College


Why recommend SUNY TEAM Certificates?

You can help our veterans and displaced workers get a quality education. A better job. And a living wage.

There is a high demand for skilled labor in New York. And we have the curricula, facilities, instructors and educational options to make students successful members of this growing workforce.

SUNY TEAM programs allow participants to complete degrees and certificates that will help them land high-tech positions in as little as 9-18 months.

Students are armed with the specialized skills through hands-on training and extensive lab work. Courses are designed by industry experts and employers within each discipline. So there is no question grads will have the relevant skills to find employment. SUNY TEAM certificates are intended to help close New York’s skills gap. Opportunities in manufacturing are everywhere as employers face a growing need for workers who understand STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). Graduates of SUNY TEAM programs will be able to provide employers with those critical skills.

Cayuga Community College Advanced Manufacturing


Electrical Technology: Electronics


Mechanical Technology Plastics Manufacturing

Clinton Community College

Electrical Technology: Electronics

A.A.S. A.A.S.

Mechanical Technology

Corning Community College

Electrical Technology: Electronics

A.A.S. A.A.S. CERT A.A.S. A.A.S. A.A.S.

Machine Tool Technology

Machine Tool Technology: Machine Operator

Manufacturing Technology

Manufacturing Technology: Automation/Robotics

Mechanical Technology: CAD Design

Dutchess Community College Apprentice Training, Electrical


Computer-Assisted Drafting Technology

Electrical Technology

Electro-Mechanical Technology

Erie Community College Computer-Aided Drafting & Design Technology

A.A.S. CERT A.O.S. A.A.S. A.A.S.

CNC Precision Machining

Industrial Technology

Mechanical Engineering Technology


Fulton-Montgomery Community College Automation Systems: Mechatronics


Electrical Technology


Genesee Community College

Computerized Drafting & Design


Hudson Valley Community College Advanced Manufacturing Technology


Computer-Aided Drafting

Electrical Construction & Maintenance

Electrical Engineering Technology: Electronics Electrical Technology: Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology

Industrial Electronics & Controls Mechanical Engineering Technology


Photovoltaic Installation Semiconductor Technology

Jamestown Community College Computer-Aided Design & Computer Numerical Control CERT Industrial Equipment Technology CERT Machine Tool Technology CERT Mechanical Technology A.A.S. Welding Technology A.A.S./CERT

Mohawk Valley Community College CNC Machinist Technology


Computer-Aided Drafting A.O.S./CERT Electrical Service Technician: Electrical Maintenance A.O.S. Electrical Service Technician: Fiber Optics A.O.S. Electrical Service Technician: Robotics A.O.S. Electronic Technician CERT Industrial & Commercial Electricity CERT Industrial Engineering Technician CERT Machinist Technology CERT Manufacturing Production Technology A.O.S. Mechanical Drafting CERT Mechanical Engineering Technology A.A.S. Mechatronics CERT Metallurgy Laboratory Technician CERT Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology A.A.S. Tool Design CERT Welding CERT Welding Technology A.O.S.

Monroe Community College

Applied Integrated Technology Apprentice Training: Machine Trades Computer-Aided Design & Drafting


Electrical Engineering Technology: Electronics

Electronics Technology Mechanical Technology

Optical Systems Technology


Precision Machining

Precision Machining Optical Fabrication

Precision Tooling

Onondaga Community College

Advanced Manufacturing: Machining

Apprentice Training, Electrical

Apprentice Training: Machine Trades Electrical Engineering Technology

Machine Operator

Mechanical Technology

Rockland Community College Computer-Assisted Design


Schenectady County Community College Alternative Energy Technology


Nanoscale Materials Technology Storage Battery Technology

Suffolk County Community College Drafting (Computer-Assisted) Electrical Technology: Electronics


Manufacturing Technology

SUNY Adirondack

Electrical Technology


SUNY Broome

Electrical Engineering Technology


Industrial Technology


Industrial Technology: Quality Assurance

Manufacturing Technology

A.A.S . A.A.S.

Mechanical Engineering Technology

Tompkins Cortland Community College Electrical Technology: Electronics & Computer Systems CERT Electrical Technology: Electronics & Computer Systems A.A.S. Electrical Technology: Electronics & Computer Systems - Level I CERT Electrical Technology: Electronics & Computer Systems - Level ll CERT Manufacturing Management Technology CERT Mechanical Technology A.A.S.

Ulster Community College Industrial Technology:

Drafting & Design Technology


Industrial Technology: Manufacturing Technology


Westchester Community College Computer-Aided Drafting


Electrical Technology Mechanical Technology

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY SUNY TEAM provides equal opportunities to all participants, prospective participants, partners, employees, and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, SUNY TEAM complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in every location in which the project has operation. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of participant acceptance or employment, including recruiting, hiring, training, placement, promo- tion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, and compensation. SUNY TEAM expressly prohibits any form of workplace harassment based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, or veteran status. Improper interference with the ability of SUNY TEAM’s participants, partners, or employees to perform their job duties may result in discipline up to and including discharge. U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR This workforce solution was funded by a grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration. The solution was created by the grantee and does not necessarily reflect the official position of the U.S. Department of Labor. The Department of Labor makes no guarantees, warranties, or assurances of any kind, express or implied, with respect to such information, including any information on linked sites and including, but not limited to, accuracy of the information or its completeness, timeliness, usefulness, adequacy, continued availability, or ownership. This solution is copyrighted by the institution that created it. Internal use, by an organization and/or personal use by an individual for non-commercial purposes, is permissible. All other uses require the prior authorization of the copyright owner.

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