Education & Training

NAmTrans serves as a liaison between the educational community and all cluster companies to ensure that training curriculum is up-to-date, employees can obtain the training they need, and employers have access to the most skilled workforce.

  • Clinton Community College
    Clinton Community College (CCC) plays a unique role in the local community and within the state by offering traditional and nontraditional students access to a variety of educational programs taught by a highly dedicated faculty.

  • Institute of Advanced Manufacturing
    The Institute for Advanced Manufacturing (IAM) at Clinton Community College is a 30,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility, designed and equipped to serve as a regional hub for manufacturing education. The building houses Clinton’s technology programs, as well as flexible teaching/learning space and courses for manufacturers to advance their workforce.

  • Jefferson Community College and the Lewis County Education Center
    Jefferson Community College serves students, as well as, soldiers and families at nearby Fort Drum. JCC strives to meet the demands of local employers and their workforce needs; by meeting with various stakeholders on a continuous basis.
    JCC determines the needs it can fill through credit bearing
    and non-credit bearing classes and workshops.

  • North Country Community College
    North Country Community College (NCCC)  offers a progressive and individualized education to suit degrees, certifications and foundational credits along with an individual experience.

  • CV-TEC
    CV-TEC is a provider of Career And Technical Education (CTE) and Adult High School Equivalency and Job Skills Training Programs. In addition, CV-TEC provides an array of workforce and Adult Education courses for the community and local businesses.