3D Printing and Robotics

Apprentice Power is making additive manufacturing and robotics grants available to cities interested in aligning the human capital supply chains of the banking, 3D printing, robotics, cyber security and transportation and logistics industries. The process, which also promotes STEAM education and creative placemaking, is designed to stimulate large deposits, place-based impact investing and foreign direct investment between the United States and its global investment partners. 


Supply chain employers require dedicated workers with diverse skill sets, which is an opportunity for all workforce populations, including low-and-moderate-income individuals. Candidates for apprenticeship who are flexible, eager to learn and understand the value of collaboration are in high demand.  http://www.apics.org/docs/default-source/careers-competency-models/supply-chain-manager-competency-model.pdf 

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