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Our Program Partners

MTRC looks to expand our partner resources to continue to strengthen the support services available to Long Island manufacturers. Interested in becoming a partner and work with MTRC? Email us to start the conversation.



Center for Corporate Education at Stony Brook University (CCE)

The mission of the Center for Corporate Education (CCE) at Stony Brook University is to revitalize the area’s workforce through education that helps stimulate business growth and strengthen economic well-being. CCE programs provide essential skill sets that promote corporate competitiveness while, at the same time, helping to fill available employment niches with highly qualified workers.
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Patricia Malone
Executive Director



Addapt is a not-for-profit trade organization focused on taking the Long Island Aerospace & Defense Industry into a new era of prosperity. ADDAPT does this in two ways: We provide a strong voice for the region in the political arena; and we help our members get contracts and increase sales. ADDAPT provides a platform for their members to combine their voices to influence the decisions to bring large contracts in the area.
Robert Botticcelli


Advanced Energy Research and Technology Center

AERTC's mission is innovative energy research, education and technology deployment with a focus on efficiency, conservation, renewable energy and nanotechnology applications for new and novel sources of energy.
James Acquaviva


Brookhaven National Laboratory

Brookhaven National Laboratory is a multipurpose research institution funded primarily by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science. Located on the center of Long Island, New York, Brookhaven Lab brings world-class facilities and expertise to the most exciting and important questions in basic and applied science—from the birth of our universe to the sustainable energy technology of tomorrow.
David Manning

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Center for Integrated Electric Energy Systems

CIEES is a New York State Center for Advanced Technology (CAT) funded by Empire State Development through the New York State Foundation for Science, Technology and Innovation (NYSTAR).  Since its inception in 2015, CIEES supports the development of future energy systems, water purification and sustainable food production through research, industry collaboration, and education. CIEES connects the world-leading expertise of Stony Brook University faculty and staff with the needs of the energy, water purification and sustainable  food industries..
Benjamin Hsiao

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Center for Biotechnology

AERTC's mission is innovative energy research, education and technology deployment with a focus on efficiency, conservation, renewable energy and nanotechnology applications for new and novel sources of energy.
Diane Fabel 



Center of Excellence Wireless and Information Technology (CEWIT)

CEWIT's mission is to best capitalize on the IT revolution, spur economic growth, advance scientific research and develop the technologies of tomorrow, the New York State Center of Excellence in Wireless and Information Technology (CEWIT) was created in 2003 as the anchoring building in SUNY Stony Brook University’s Research and Development Park.
Rong Zhao


Clean Energy Business Incubator Program (CEBIP)

The Clean Energy Business Incubator Program (CEBIP) provides assistance and resources for developers of disruptive renewable and clean energy technologies. Bringing an innovation to market can be a difficult process that requires technical and business guidance, successful acquisition of funding, and maintaining a competitive advantage.
Heidi Anderson


Cold Spring Harbor

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) is a preeminent international research institution, achieving breakthroughs in molecular biology and genetics and enhancing scientific knowledge worldwide.
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The Institute for Workforce Advancement (IWA)

The IWA, a 501(c)3 registered nonprofit, is one of the northeast region’s leading advanced manufacturing workforce-development training organizations. We provide essential programming for incumbent and in-transition workers, and college and non-college bound students; from energy to aerospace, pharmaceuticals to building trades. The IWA partners with industry, government, and educational institutions to fill the employment pipeline for in-demand engineers, and installation and technical service workers, with a focus on hard-to-fill positions, and on low-income, high needs communities.

The IWA also works with national research and training institutions to ensure our programs consistently meet and exceed local and national skills requirements.



Empire State Development's Division of Science, Technology and Innovation (NYSTAR)

The mission of Empire State Development (“ESD”) is to promote a vigorous and growing state economy, encourage business investment and job creation, and support diverse, prosperous local economies across New York State through the efficient use of loans, grants, tax credits, real estate development, marketing and other forms of assistance.
Jessica Herbert


Long Island Food Council

The Long Island Food Council was created to bring people together, to create collaboration amongst food, beverage and service professionals in the region. Our members and partners are leaders in their field providing a network of experts and experience. These valuable connections enable the council to provide a platform for education and dialogue at monthly meetings and events. In recognizing the economic potential in the food and beverage industry on Long Island we continually strive to bridge the gap between our industry, academia and all levels of government.
The synergy that has been created by working together strengthens each member, fosters innovation and growth. We embrace the entrepreneurial spirit and honor excellence in business. We pledge to actively secure a culture of shared ideas, partnerships within the Long Island Food Council community.
Michael Tucker, President


Long Island High-Technology Incubator

The Long Island High Technology Incubator (LIHTI) is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping new technologically-innovative companies grow by providing them with a variety of support resources and services.
Mary Walton

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Nassau BOCES

The Manufacturing Training Program at Nassau BOCES is designed in partnership with key industry employers to provide skills and knowledge for entry-level manufacturing jobs. Topics in Safety and Quality, Shop Floor Mathematics, Basic Measurements, Print Reading, Computer Skills and Communications are examples of the many programs offered for adult learning. In addition, Nassau BOCES works with individual employers to design specific training opportunities for staff that meet individual company needs.
Michele Cohen


NYIT School of Engineering and Computing Sciences

The Entrepreneurship and Technology Innovation Center (ETIC) at the NYIT School of Engineering and Computing Sciences is a business accelerator that brings together industry, government, and academia to foster economic development across Long Island and the New York City metropolitan region. As these groups collaborate to promote new technology and generate startup ventures, NYIT students who participate in ETIC projects gain practical, on-the-job experience and develop entrepreneurial skills and professional networks that help them launch careers after graduation.
Marta Panero
Michael Nizich


St. Joseph's College

St. Joseph’s College offers both for-credit and non-credit educational programs that support provision for career preparation and enhancement, through its on-site and online classes. Independent and coeducational, the College provides a strong academic and value-oriented education at the undergraduate and graduate levels, aiming to prepare each student for excellence in their chosen career field. Through SJC Brooklyn, SJC Long Island and SJC Online, the College offers degrees in 50 majors, certificates and continuing education courses that meet the needs of entry level, middle management and upper management positions across a variety of disciplines.
Gail C. Lamberta, Ph.D.


Small Business Development Center

The SBDC at Stony Brook brings together the resources of the University, the private sector and government at all levels to assist entrepreneurs, business and industry in the solution of their problems, leading to increased productivity and profitability.
Bernie Ryba

SBU Incubator

Stony Brook Incubator Programs

Stony Brook University Incubators are located at the Research & Development Park in the AERTC and CEWIT, East Campus at LIHTI, West Campus at the BioTech Center, and eastern Long Island at the Calverton Business Park. Each incubator offers the support needed to be successful by offering workshops, assistance in business development and reaching benchmarks, camaraderie of other businesses growing within the incubators, mentorship from more established start-ups, labs to do research and professional space to hold meetings.
AnnMarie Scheidt


Strategic Partnership for Industrial Resurgence (SPIR)

Whether you're a small firm looking to streamline your manufacturing processes, a large high-tech company seeking to expand your international horizons, or a company exploring ways to adapt to new environmental regulations, SPIR's goal is to make your business more competitive.
Lisa Chichura

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Suffolk Community College

Suffolk Community College’s Advanced Manufacturing Training Center offers many training programs to develop and upgrade skills necessary in the manufacturing field. Certificates are offered in topics such as Fundamental Machining Processes, CNC Operator, Welding, IPC, Inspection, PLC and Blueprint Reading. The Center will also provide outsourcing services and customized onsite training.
John Lombardo