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Power Your Robotics Journey: How RoboticsCareer.org Supports the Full Manufacturing Ecosystem

April 24 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Power Your Robotics Journey

Join us on Wednesday, April 24 at 2 p.m. ET for a public webinar exploring new functionality on our national workforce resource – RoboticsCareer.org!
The ARM Institute’s national workforce resource RoboticsCareer.org supports the full manufacturing ecosystem needed to fill open positions and navigate the manufacturing skills gap. Recently, the ARM Institute launched a significant update to RoboticsCareer.org that includes new resources, such as job previews, and new capabilities that make it easier for students and workers to connect to personalized job opportunities and for employers to find qualified workers.


This webinar will help:

  • Educators and training providers understand how RoboticsCareer.org connects them to interested students at no-cost.
  • Individuals learn how connect to job opportunities, build a career pathway, and identify training options to prepare for the future.
  • Employers understand how they can use RoboticsCareer.org to fill their open positions using our growing talent database and targeted job board.

Can’t join at the scheduled time? Register to receive the recording.


John ZappaJohn Zappa
Director of Product Management
ARM Institute

John Zappa is the Director of Product Management at the ARM Institute. In this role, he is responsible for developing and promoting services that help the organization fulfill its mission to train and empower the manufacturing workforce for careers in robotics.
During his career, he helped to found and serve as CEO of EdLink, LLC a leading provider of tuition assistance management services. Under John’s leadership, EdLink grew to manage over $220 million in education funding. The firm was acquired by the Fortune 500 firm Bright Horizons Family Solutions (BFAM). A pioneer in the field, he created the industry’s first education network to address the rising cost of education for adult learners. It is now considered the industry standard.
With thirty years of experience, John has built and led marketing, operations, and product management teams in software-based companies across multiple industries. John began his career at IBM implementing robotics as a manufacturing engineer. He received his Bachelor of Science Degree with University Honors in Mechanical Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University and his MBA from Dartmouth College.


April 24
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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ARM Institute