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Regional Advanced Manufacturing Partnership (RAMP) – AMT Apprenticeship


The RAMP program blends classroom instruction with onsite work experience at a sponsoring company’s manufacturing facility.

It is a selective admissions program where students are chosen to participate by a sponsoring company based on the student’s academic success, math capabilities, and interpersonal skills during the interview process.

The sponsoring company pays for at least 50% of the student’s tuition and fees at Owens, and employs the student for a minimum of 24 hours per week at a minimum wage of $15 an hour.

RAMP Podcast >>

Listen to Tricia Valasek, Manager, Raise the Bar Hancock County, talk about the benefits of the RAMP program.

Location

Findlay-area Campus

Salary

Graduates have the potential to earn as much as $65,000 with excellent benefits.

Job Opportunities

Graduates will gain a foundation and working knowledge of robotics, fluid/power, pneumatics, machining, and electrical skills. This mix of multi-skilled education and on-the-job training hours provides a strong pathway of opportunity upon graduation.

RAMP Company Partners

  • Ball Metal
  • Cooper Tire
  • DS Brown
  • Freudenberg – NOK
  • Graham Packaging
  • GSW Manufacturing
  • Hitachi Astemo, Inc.
  • Kalmbach Feeds
  • Molten
  • Rowmark
  • Simona PMC
  • ZF

Freudenberg
DS Brown
Graham Packaging
Kalmbach
ZF
Ball Metal
Molten Fun and Functional
Cooper Tire
Nissin
GSW Manufacturing
Rowmark
Simona PMC