Member companies enjoy priority access to interviews with recent graduates of advanced manufacturing programs from EAMA’s educational partners.
EAMA provides a platform for its members to communicate directly with education and training providers about their current and future education and training needs, and to provide input into the design of training programs.
67% of EAMA members reported joining EAMA to improve their access to trained and educated workers
Events and company tours allow members to raise public awareness of their companies while cultivating their future workforce.
Eligible EAMA members enjoy access to training reimbursements through EWIB.
EAMA and its partners can arrange for member companies to hold on-site interviews with skilled, experienced manufacturing workers affected by layoffs at local manufacturers.
EAMA member events provide opportunities for professional networking, information sharing, and education about industry trends from guest speakers.
EAMA serves as a key partner in State and regional applications for federal funding, giving member companies a voice in the application design process and an opportunity to participate in grant initiatives.
EAMA members strengthen the competitiveness of the regional manufacturing industry, which benefits their companies and their communities.