Medical Device Careers

GMMDC Educational Partners provide a diverse variety of Quality Career Options

Move Hire and GMMDC

CAREER PATHS AND RESOURCES FOR EVERY PASSION

Get FREE tuition for the skills training you need to start a career in the Memphis Medical Device Industry through MOVE-HIRE.

MEDICAL Device Careers

LEARN ABOUT CAREERS IN THE MEDICAL DEVICE INDUSTRY

From machinist to business owners, the medical device industry offers multiple paths to the Memphis-area workforce.

GMMDC AND MOVE HIRE

The medical device industry enables students to become a part of breakthrough treatment options that improve the quality of life for millions of people. 

A career in this unique industry offers individuals an opportunity to experience new discoveries, meaningful work and innovative technologies. There are many diverse careers available in the development, design, manufacturing and delivery of medical devices. Begin the process by speaking to a school guidance counselor and checking out courses available in your high school. We also encourage you to explore the diverse vocational courses offered by the Medical Device Training providers listed below:

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Bartlett City High School

www.bhs.bartlettschools.org
5650 Woodlawn Street Bartlett, TN 38134
Office: (901) 202.0855

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Arkansas State University Mid-South

www.asumidsouth.edu
2000 West Broadway West Memphis, AR 72301
Office: (870) 733-6722

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Tennessee College of Applied Technology – TCAT

www.tcatmemphis.edu
550 Alabama Avenue Memphis, TN 38105
Office: (901) 543-6100

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Southwest Tennessee Community College

www.southwest.tn.edu
5983 Macon Cove Memphis, TN 38134
Office: (901) 333-5000

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Moore Tech

www.mooretech.org
1200 Poplar Avenue Memphis, 38104
Office: (901) 726-1977

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University of Memphis Herff College of Engineering

www.memphis.edu
(901) 678-2688

Roy Smith
Executive Director
rsmith@gmmdc.org

Susan Wilson
Workforce Coordinator
swilson@gmmdc.org

General Inquiries
(901) 380-2710
support@gmmdc.org

MOVE-HIRE’s total project cost is $12,761,801 funded by a $5,992,314 (47%) grant from the United States Department of Labor and leveraged with $3,077,442 (24%) other Federal, $527,714 (4%) state, and $3,164,331 (25%) institutional and private funds.