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Forsyth Technical Opens Manufacturing Center

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Winston-Salem-based Forsyth Technical Community College recently opened a $5 million Center for Advanced Manufacturing.

“Manufacturing has entered a whole new realm where technology, innovation and creativity are all part of the process,” said Todd Bishop, dean of Engineering Technologies Division. “Employers are looking for competency in engineering technologies, additive manufacturing, robotics and computer numerical controlled machining (CNC), and we are preparing students for those roles.”

Established in 1960, Forsyth Technical Community College offers vocational instruction, training in skilled trades, college transfer and two-year degree programs, corporate training, continuing education, and personal enrichment classes. Enroll now for spring.

Deneen Bloom, S&A Communications

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