Center for Advanced Manufacturing Opening

Forsyth Tech executives cutting the ribbon to open the new building

On Tuesday, Oct. 17, we officially cut the ribbon and opened the doors to the Center for Advanced Manufacturing at Forsyth Tech.

While manufacturing technology education is not a new concept at Forsyth Technical Community College, the cutting-edge technology and technical training have now advanced to offer a progressive manufacturing education aligned with industry trends.

We appreciate the continued support of businesses and the community to help Forsyth Tech continue to offer students the essential education necessary today, to prepare them for the competitive global workforce of the future.

 

Photo Caption: From left: Ronnie Mendenhall, board member, Forsyth Technical Community College Board of Trustees; Ann Bennett Phillips, vice chair, Forsyth Technical Community College Board of Trustees; Dan Besse, Winston-Salem City Council member, Southwest Ward; David Plyler, chair, Forsyth County Board of Commissioners; Nancy Hawley, executive vice president, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company; Dr. Gary Green, president Forsyth Technical Community College; and Don Martin, vice chair, Forsyth County Board of Commissioners.