G.S. Precision Graduating Class of 2021 from the GSP School of Manufacturing Technology

If we can measure it….we can make it!

Friday, 30 July, 2021: G.S. Precision (GSP) headquartered in Brattleboro, VT, has graduated its newest group of students into the Aerospace & Defense precision machining industry. Patrick Demech, Chris Ferrante, Josh Levasseur, and Tessa Lamarre have successfully completed the intense two-year program sponsored by GSP. This is fourth graduating class since the inception of the GSP School

GSP had partnered with Vermont Technical College back in 2013 when it launched the initiative to train the best machinists in the world. Qualified candidates apply and enroll every two years to participate in the grueling combination of on the floor job experience and night classes working towards their Associates Degree.

GSP covers the entire cost of the program for each student and credits earned from classwork can be used towards an Associate’s Degree in General Engineering Technology. Upon graduation candidates in good standing are guaranteed full time employment by GSP for a period of two years.

This provides the company with a source for developing new talent and gives the candidates an opportunity for education and training that will serve as foundation for a successful career in a fast paced, growing industry. Mike McDonald, past graduate
of the GSP School says, “….the GSP School primes its students for a manufacturing career by giving them specialized classes combined with hands-on experience….”.

G.S. Precision has a new class enrolling with a targeted start date of July 2022 for qualified candidates located at 347 John Seitz Drive, Brattleboro, VT. If interested contact GSP Human Resources Recruiter, Kathrine Letourneau kathrine.letourneau@gsprecision.com or (802) 246-5424.

G.S. Precisions newest graduating class of 2021 from the GSP School of Manufacturing Technology, pictured left to right, Robert Slowinski – Supervisor, Aaron Tolman – Manufacturing Engineering Manager, Students – Patrick Demech, Chris Ferrante, Joshua Levasseur and Tessa Lamarre, Jeff Higgins – Professor Vermont Technical College

G.S. Precision is a global leader in the manufacture of critical components for the Aerospace & Defense Industries. We are a team of over 600 dedicated people in facilities totaling 230,000 square feet in five integrated locations. We leverage our 60+ years of experience along with investments in the latest technologies to engineer processes that yield consistent and competitive results with superior quality