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Camden County Community College STEM Program Gives Tour To NJTMA President Emeritus Anthony Lamastra


Retired Colonel Anthony Lamastra, from the New Jersey Technology & Manufacturing Association (right), receives a tour of Camden County College's STEM (Science, Technology, Engineer, & Maintenance) Center from Dr. Kevin Schmidt Director Engineering & Technologies (left). He was highly impressed by the facility and Dr. Schmidt's expertise.


Colonel Lamastra and the New Jersey Technology & Manufacturing Association are supporters and advocates of Camden County College's highly successful 13 Credit Academic Certificate in Precision Machining Technology (PMT) program. That program is designed and instructed by Dr. Schmidt. The New Jersey Technology & Manufacturing Association has sent its employer member employees to the PMT program.

The 13 Credit Academic Certificate in Precision Machining Technology curriculum consists of the following: • CIM-101 (Machine Shop Practices) • CIM-221 (Conventional Machinist) • CIM-202 (CNC Machinist) • CIM- 219 (Programming & CAM) All 13 credits can be directly applicable to an Associate of Applied Science in Computer Integrated Manufacturing Engineering Technology (CIMET).

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