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Dorigo Jones's interview with Bill Rayl,
Executive Director of JAMA.
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is a non-profit trade association, founded in 1937, serving
manufacturers across south-central Michigan.
for Manufacturing Careers (AMC) is a US-DOL certified
Registered Apprenticeship Program, a State of Michigan
Licensed Proprietary School, and a Michigan Regional Skills
The program delivers
industry-developed advanced manufacturing adult training and
hands-on youth summer and after-school educational programs
such as Engineering is Elementary (K-3rd grade), I
Can Make It Camp (4th-6th grade), Machining U
(7th-8th grade) and Hot Rod U (high school).
the last five years, JAMA has worked with local JTV to
broadcast a show titled “Made in Jackson” that has now
expanded to multiple counties and is titled “Global Great
Lakes." Currently, JAMA is launching Dream It! Do It!
Michigan, a statewide manufacturing image campaign being
run in partnership with the National Association of
Manufacturers and manufacturing support groups across the
Bill Rayl, Executive
Jackson Area Manufacturers
One Jackson Square,
Jackson, MI 49201