We Proudly Present CNC and Robotic Manufacturing Technology Graduate Adam Mohr

We Proudly Present CNC and Robotic Manufacturing Technology Graduate Adam Mohr
DATE On January 06, 2022

Adam Mohr believes when pursuing a new career, it's vital to persevere and not be deterred by challenges. Adam knew that by staying determined, he would be able to achieve the career of his dreams. His hard work in the lab earned him a spot on our Dean's List as well as a new career in CNC and robotic manufacturing technology. We are proud not only of his fantastic grades but also his will to succeed. Adam encourages all current and potential students to stay focused on their goals. “Don't give up,” Adam says.

What You Learn in a CNC and Robotic Manufacturing Technology Diploma Program

For each graduate of a program, we highlight three different courses. During the program, Adam took courses such as: Mathematics for Manufacturing Operations, CNC Programming—Milling (HAAS), and Operations and Materials Management.

In these courses, he learned about:
• Applied algebra, geometry, and trigonometry as they relate to and help solve trade and manufacturing-related math problems
• Concepts of CNC milling machining, setup, and operations
• Business operations, including concepts of finance, planning, inventory, safety, sales, and marketing

Additionally, hands-on practice in the lab allowed Adam to develop and prove his competence with the skills he had been taught. Completing a capstone project gave him a great example of what life as a CNC machinist is like. 

How Our Graduate Became a CNC Machinist

Like Adam, you too could become a CNC machinist in just a matter of months and start your career journey in this interesting and necessary profession. We do not require a high school diploma for admittance into this program. Show us that you have the will and work ethic to succeed in this field, and we will help you through the enrollment process. 

Find out more about our CNC and robotic manufacturing technology program today. Call 888.680.6682 or submit the Request Information form on our website. Adam made the decision to not give up on his career dream. Will you?

1 National Center for O*NET Development. Illinois Employment Trends: 51-9162.00 - Computer Numerically Controlled Tool Programmers.  O*NET OnLine.  Retrieved May 24, 2021, from https://www.onetonline.org/link/localtrends/51-9162.00?st=IL&g=Go

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