There will be a shortage of 3.4 million workers by 2030.

The MAT2 Apprenticeship Program helps manufacturing and technology companies tackle the skills gap by providing a nationally accredited approach – an educational model that ensures a future pipeline of qualified talent. MAT2 Apprentices are recruited and trained with the knowledge, skills and competencies that companies need.

The skills gap
is widening.

Do you have a strategy to close it?

How we engage with
MAT2 Network Companies:

  • Customize company training plans based on industry-defined competencies
  • Assist with recruiting
  • Collaborate with colleges for classroom training
  • Provide program administration, management, and ongoing oversight

Learn More About Becoming a Network Company

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Today’s Technology. Tomorrow’s Innovations. Your Company’s Future.

The MAT2 Apprenticeship Program is invested in your company’s future. Our team has spent their careers building an exceptional opportunity for advanced manufacturers to reverse the widening skills gap and loss of talent that comes with the aging workforce.

MAT2 Apprentices make an immediate contribution to their company. During the program, the value of the apprentice's contribution to production increases as they alternate between classroom instruction and on-the-job training.