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As part of ongoing efforts to revitalize underserved and disconnected areas of manufacturing in South Jersey, the New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Program, Rowan College of South Jersey, and District 1 lawmakers are holding a South Jersey Manufacturing Revitalization Summit on Aug. 23.

The summit will take place at Rowan College of South Jersey in Vineland, where NJMEP is partnering with the college to create an advanced manufacturing center to serve as a hub for training and operational improvements focusing on supply chain, technology and workforce development. The goal is to assist more than 2,000 South Jersey companies to enhance productivity, performance and profits.

The event will include a presentation from NJMEP on how to thrive in today’s business market and overcome manufacturing challenges; a discussion about the vision of  the advanced manufacturing program at Rowan College South Jersey; conversations about skilled labor, workforce development and logistical challenges, and Q&A panels with experienced business leaders, education experts and government officials; as well as extensive networking opportunities.

Speakers include NJMEP CEO Peter Connolly, Rowan College of South Jersey President Fred Keating, Legislative Manfacturing Caucus Co-Chair Senator Michael Testa (R-1), Assemblyman Antwan McClellan (R-1) and Erik Simonsen (R-1).

The summit will he be held from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., Aug. 23, in the Luciano Theater of the Guaracini Performing Arts Center at the Rowan College of South Jersey’s Cumberland Campus located at 3322 College Drive, Vineland.

To register to attend, call 609-778-2012 or click here.