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April 18: CNC Machine Manufacturer Tormach Supports NC3 National Signing Day from Coast to Coast

On April 18, more than 65 National Coalition of Certification Centers (NC3) Leadership Schools across the country will host the NC3 National Letter of Intent Signing Day, which is designed to honor new and prospective career and technical education (CTE) students who are entering a technical field and celebrate the dignity of their hard work.


Tormach, a U.S.-based manufacturer of CNC machines and industrial robots, is supporting these aspiring individuals as they embark on their journey toward technical excellence and career fulfillment.


Just as athletes who commit to play a college sport are valued, the NC3 Signing Day ceremony recognizes students who are entering a technical field and emphasizes the importance of their career choice. As a NC3 certification partner, Tormach employees will be showing their support at participating schools’ events across the U.S. from Alaska to the coast of North Carolina.


“Tormach offers two CNC-focused certifications with the NC3 that include pre-built curriculum for teachers who are looking to add value to their STEM programs,” explained Domenic Giunta, Education Success Advisor for Tormach. “One course covers CNC fundamentals using our xsTECH tabletop CNC router, while the other takes those skills further with our 24R router. By completing these courses and earning these certifications, students can explore new employment opportunities from aerospace and robotics to automation and even the medical field.”


At the signing day events, participating students and family members can interact with potential future employers and learn more about high-demand jobs in dynamic industries. Students will also have a chance to win scholarships to support them in their area of study.


Tormach employees will be on-site at various high schools and technical colleges throughout the U.S. to offer career advice in STEM fields, including: 


· Pitt Community College – Winterville, NC

· Daley College – Chicago, IL

· Gateway Technical College – Kenosha, WI

· TCAT-Memphis – Bartlett, TN

· Wasilla High School – Wasilla, AK


“I am honored to represent Tormach at Wasilla High School at this year’s event and celebrate these students and their chosen career paths,” Giunta added. “As Tormach continues to work to broaden STEM education and foster new career and technical training avenues in advanced manufacturing, days like today make us excited for the talent and curiosity the next generation of skilled professionals will contribute to our growing industry.”


Each participating school’s event will be live-streamed and tied together by nationwide simulcasts at, culminating in a nationwide celebration of these students and CTE.


To learn more about Tormach and how to add its STEM curriculum and CNC certification programs to your school, contact Domenic Giunta at or





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