Advanced Manufacturing with Robotics & Automation

 Insulet Massachusetts Live Sciences Center Pathmaker A MassTalent Initiative

At MCC, unemployed and underemployed Massachusetts residents can take advantage of grant funding with MCC, funded by the American Rescue Plan Act, in partnership with Insulet Corporation, Massachusetts Life Science Center, and  MassHire Career Centers.

  • Receive hands-on experience with mechanical and robotics equipment 
  • Use self-paced online learning
  • Engage in group discussions

Upon sucessful completion of this eight-week training program, students have the option to interview for Manufacturing Associates and/or Technician open positions with Insulet Corporation, a medical device company based in Acton, MA.
Insulet (NASDAQ: PODD) is an innovative medical device company improving the lives of people with diabetes and other conditions through its Omnipod delivery system.

Upon succesful completio you will be prepared to:

  • Work in an advanced manufacturing setting, with a focus on the life sciences industry
  • Earn an OSHA 30 certification and a Certified Manufacturing Associate Credential through Tooling-U

The next training cohort begins September 2024:
Monday through Thursday from 9a - 2:30p at the MCC
Bedford, MA campus

To apply: email Katy at gentilek@middlesex.edu

“Throughout the program, we've immersed ourselves in the fascinating world of robotics, from understanding the fundamentals to troubleshooting and resolving problems.

The hands-on experiences and collaborative tasks have been instrumental in shaping us into skilled technicians ready to tackle the challenges of the ever-evolving field of manufacturing and robotics.

I want to express my heartfelt thanks to the Insulet team, who fueled this program and opened our eyes to the dynamic field of Robotics in manufacturing. The industry tour provided an

immersive experience that brought theoretical concepts to life in a real-world setting. Personally, it has been one of the most enlightening industrial tours of my life.”

Sarah Kandula, MCC Program Graduate

Last Modified: 7/15/24