MANUFACTURING

The manufacturing industry continues to be a large and diverse industry, with a substantial share of goods “exported” or sold outside the local economy. Part of a regional 14.4 billion dollar industry; it has evolved into creating high-quality products and an above-average quality pay-scale.

In order to sustain an available and relatively-stable workforce, the Central Texas Technology Center (CTTC) was established to encourage high-school students and recent graduates to pursue an education in manufacturing, gaining the new technology skills required and internships that deliver real-work experience.

  • Automotive
  •  Materials and Electric
  •  Equipment and Metal Products
  •  Transportation
  •  Diversified Products
  •  Repair and Maintenance

New Braunfels has a solid and close-knit manufacturing community that actively participate in the New Braunfels Manufacturing Association (NBMA) who meet monthly to share best practices, support the private and free enterprise system and present a strong voice in regards to economic development and political issues.

Additionally, the NBMA offers (up to) $1,000 in scholarships for students in degreed or certificate programs in manufacturing disciplines offered at the Central Texas Technology Center (CTTC) or accredited college/university; other specific programs may be selected annually. More info can be found here.