LCCC Training for Amazon Robotics
Apr 30, 2021 12:00 AM
Ann Bieber, President of LCCC
LCCC Training for Amazon Robotics

LCCC was selected as one of four training centers in the United States to provide Advanced Manufacturing Training for Amazon employees. This partnership is part of Amazon’s initiative called Upskilling 2025 to provide free skills training to 100,000 of its employees.


More than 250 students representing 12 states from coast to coast will complete the Amazon Mechatronics and Robotics Apprenticeship Program from June 2020 through June 2021. Over the 12 weeks of training, students receive comprehensive instruction and lab assessments in Industrial Electricity, Mechanical Components, Fluid Power and PLCs. This training provides a pathway to careers in industrial automation for Amazon’s next generation of distribution and fulfillment centers. Students utilize the Amatrol eLearning and equipment in the new 2,000-square-foot lab located in the Technology Center. Next year, we plan to graduate 320 apprentices in this program.



Dr. Ann D. Bieber was appointed the fifth president of Lehigh Carbon Community College on July 10, 2014. She began her career at the college in 1981 and over the years held numerous positions including senior vice president of Administrative Services and dean of Continuing Education.  The college currently serves nearly 10,000 students in credit programs and 4,000 in workforce training programs each year. 

She is committed to enhancing, improving and fostering the college standing as one of the region’s premiere educational institutions. 

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