2650 East End Blvd. South
Marshall, TX 75671
Roles & Responsibilities:
As a graduate of the Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) program, you can look forward to numerous outstanding career opportunities with responsibilities that include machining precision components for production, creating prototypes and operating conventional or computer-controlled machines. Graduates of the (CAM) program hold titles such as machinist, machine tool operator, precision machinist, CNC machinist or CNC operator.
Employers want technicians who can:
The Technical Advantage:
While at TSTC Marshall, (CAM) students use many types of equipment and software to gain the competitive edge. These include:
(CAM) students are exposed to established professionals through the program's industry partners and advisory committees. Professional organizations such as the Society of Manufacturing Engineers, the Precision Machined Products Association and the National Tooling and Machining Association offer additional networking opportunities.