The Boston Tooling & Machining Association, Inc​​

​​Affiliate Chapter of The National Tooling & Machining Association

PO Box 95, Dracut MA 01826  978-457-5881

Business Resources & Training

About the BTMA
NTMA Affinity Partners
Training Resources
Vocational Programs
Locally and nationally, the association champions and supports a network of business resources, training programs and educational organizations, which are committed to providing a skilled workforce for the industry.  Below you will find our Business Resource Network & Industry Partners listing. If you are intersted in visiting the website of any organization listed, please click on their logo. To the left of this you will find several individual pages on NTMA affinity partner programs, training resources, vocational programs and youth programs. 
Youth Programs






Connecticut Tooling & Machining Association
200 Main Street
Bristol, CT  06010
Telephone: 860-604-8963
Cindy Scoville, Executive Director 








Manufacturers Association of Maine
101 Mcalister Farm Road
Portland, Maine 04101
Telephone: 207-747-4406
Lisa G. Martin, Executive Director








MassMEP
100 Grove Street
Suite 108
Worcester, MA 01605
Telephone: 508-831-7020








Metal Working Advocate
444 North Capitol Street NW
Suite 605
Washington, DC 20001





























Northeast Advanced Manufacturing Consortium
Merrimack Valley Workforce Investment Board
439 South Union Street
Lawrence, MA  01843
Telephone: 978-857-5394
Brian Norris - Director

​SME
One SME Drive
Dearborn, MI 48128
Telephone:313-425-3000
​Western Massachusetts Chapter - NTMA
PO Box 658
Feeding Hills, MA 01030
Telephone: 413-786-4028
Angie Beavers, Executive Administrator
UMass Donahue Institure 
UMass Donahue Institute
MassBenchmarks
MassBenchmarks is an initiative of the University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute and the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. It is managed and staffed by the Institute’s Economic & Public Policy Research group. The project mobilizes economic experts within the University of Massachusetts system and from other public and private research institutions around the state to produce and distribute relevant assessments of the Massachusetts economy through reports, commentary, and analysis. These assessments take the form of the MassBenchmarks journal and a series of free-standing research bulletins and leading indices to assess the Massachusetts economy.