We’re always excited to share our enthusiasm about printing with others. And when we hear that someone might be interested in a printing career, we just can’t wait to meet and encourage them. Our new apprenticeship program is one way we’re doing it.

 

Earlier this year, we launched an apprenticeship in collaboration with GPS, which connects high school students to manufacturing opportunities in their communities. We were fortunate to connect with Matt, who was a perfect fit. He’s driven, great at communication, and unwaveringly curious.

Check out this video to hear about Matt’s experience.

 

HubSpot Video

 

Matt is off to college in the fall to study engineering, and given the very strong troubleshooting skills we saw him display, that seems like a great fit. He has also expressed an interest in working at SeaChange during winter and summer break, and we look forward to welcoming him back.

Learn more about our new apprentice program.

Embracing Technology Redefining Print

Article by Scott Andres, Director of Print and Automation

A hands-on manager, Scott Andres likes to get involved and treat everyone equally regardless of their role. He has more than two decades of experience in the industry, a Lean manufacturing background, and a degree in commercial art and design. As manager of our premedia, planning, offset, and digital areas, Scott focuses on standardization, automation, and process improvements. He’s particularly interested in creating effective training for new employees and helping clients set up and transfer files in a way that ensures the best processes and results.