External Programs

Overview

The College of Science, Technology, and Health's Department of External Programs provides outreach to area business and industry. These efforts include both on- and off-campus training and development programs, a variety of workshops, seminars, courses, and certificate programs at locations throughout the state designed to meet the specific needs of companies and their employees.

External Programs has provided a variety of workshops, seminars, courses, and certificate programs at locations throughout the state. It has developed and delivered on-site programs designed to meet the specific needs of companies and their employees.

Manufacturing Applications Center provides product and materials testing, analysis and design assistance to help Maine industries reach their full potential.

Pioneers is the new interdisciplinary honors scholarship program for Maine students in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). With a team of faculty and professionals from several related disciplines, and a carefully designed selection of courses and internships with local companies, USM's Pioneers will be on the leading edge of careers in their respective fields.

For more information about any of the offerings of External Programs, please contact Mike Wing, Director, 207-780-5956, mcwing@usm.maine.edu.

Campus Ventures

Campus Ventures gives Maine-based technology companies a jump start in bringing commercially viable technologies to market while providing students with real-world, hands-on learning.

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