Treasure Coast Advanced Manufacturing Center

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Treasure Coast Advanced Manufacturing Center

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Our community's workforce is expanding rapidly along with its population.  However; job openings in the specialized career fields of Advanced Welding, Heating and Air Conditioning, Automotive Technology, Diesel Engine Repair, and additive manufacturing remain open due to a lack of qualified professionals in the industrial trades.  In fact, according to the 2017 Treasure Coast Skills Gap Study, 94% of employers in the trades and 62% of employers in manufacturing report difficulty in filling positions.  Indian River State College is addressing this need by constructing the Treasure Coast Advanced Manufacturing Center at IRSC's Dr. Edwin R. Massey (main) campus in Fort Pierce to expand its capacity to offer training in important industrial skills training programs.

When completed, this state-of-the-art, 55,000-square-foot facility for industrial education will be equipped with the technology and tools needed to prepare local students for high-demand, high-paying jobs in the following trades:

  • Advanced Welding
  • Automotive Technology
  • Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning
  • Aviation Technology
  • Marine Technology
  • Manufacturing
Naming Opportunities Are Available
You can permanently link your name to an IRSC classroom, lab, or educational area through a Naming Opportunity.Permanent Advanced Manufactiuring Center Naming Opportunities are available, and major gifts may be pledged for up to five years.

Many highly-visible locations are perfect for honoring loved ones, increasing awareness of your business, and demonstrating your support of IRSC and our community.
To help through an outright or deferred gift, please contact Ann Decker, Executive Director of the IRSC Foundation, at 772-462-4786 or via email at