Frequently Asked Questions

Answer: No, people with prior knowledge are welcomed to join the program

Answer: No, this course is continuous rolling admission, which means start when you are ready.

Answer: Our boot camp program is 6-9 weeks.

Answer: No, the introductory course is almost completely virtual, but the main courses are completed on campus at County College of Morris.

Answer: Yes, you will be training and developing skills on state-of-the-art machinery within our Advanced Manufacturing & Engineering Center.

Answer: Yes, after completing our introductory course, you can apply for a scholarship.

Answer: Students will be on campus from 9:00am until 3:00pm for 4 days a week for the last three weeks of the boot camp.

Answer: No, textbooks are not required for our boot camp and materials needed will be provided during class.

Answer: The only supplies needed for our boot camp is steel toe shoes.

Answer: Machines you will be using are Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) and Manual Mill and Lather Machines.

Answer: Students will earn a minimum of at least $15.00 an hour.

Answer: You will receive an OSHA-10 and CPR certification during our boot camp and our program offers optional courses for you to receive additional credentials.

Answer: Yes, you will receive 4 college credits after completion of our program.

Answer: Manufacturers within Morris, Sussex, or Warren Counties.