Institution Name:  Community College of Allegheny County

Points of Contact:

Sarah Hansen  
Project Coordinator, TAACCCT

Alicia Booker
VP, Workforce Development

Brief Description of Institution: 
For 45 years, the Community College of Allegheny County has provided affordable access to quality education. With a focus on meeting the needs of business and industry in the region, CCAC offers relevant and innovative programs to assist employers with meeting their need for a highly prepared, highly skilled workforce.

The college continues to benefit the region in multiple ways.. CCAC is a great choice more than 170 programs that lead to great careers and great four-year colleges. It’s about convenience—four campuses, four neighborhood centers and flexible schedules, including online courses. Two of these campuses and the West Hills Center boast manufacturing programs with state-of-the-art labs and equipment to assist in preparing for careers in advanced manufacturing and associated industries, such as natural gas, automotive, and alternative/renewable energy. Quality college education at an affordable price—that is what CCAC is all about.

Manufacturing Certification Programs with Certifications:
Industry-Certified Programs:  Advanced Manufacturing/Integrated Systems Technology (Mechatronics) Levels 1-3*, associated with PMMI certification
* Successful completers may receive college credit towards an Associate’s Degree

Location for listed manufacturing programs:
West Hills Center

CCAC Campuses:

  • Allegheny Campus, North Shore
  • North Campus, McCandless
  • Boyce Campus, Monroeville
  • South Campus, West Mifflin

CCAC Centers:

  • Braddock Hills
  • Homewood-Brushton
  • Washington County
  • West Hills

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