Private resources

Business and Industry Association of New Hampshire

122 North Main St.
Concord, NH 03301

603-224-5388
mail@BIAofNH.com
www.biaofnh.com

New Hampshire’s statewide chamber of commerce doing advocacy work for 400 members.

Claremont MakerSpace

Sawtooth Mill Building
46 Main St.
Claremont, NH 03743

claremontmakerspace.org

The facility offers membership-based access to traditional and high-tech tools for a range of technical, artisanal and industrial fields as well as classes and access to mentors. Equipment is available in the wood shop, metal shop, electronics lab, computer lab and more.

Dartmouth Regional Technology Center

www.thedrtc.com

Centerra Resource Park
16 Cavendish Court
Lebanon, NH 03766

Wonda Lever, Office Manager
wonda@hazenhill.com

Private, nonprofit that assists startup businesses with support programs and a 60,500 square foot mixed use technology incubator to foster the development of high-growth technology startup companies in New Hampshire.  
Includes flexible wet-lab, light manufacturing and office spaces, education, strategic advice and support, shared services, and networking to financial and business resources.

MakeIt Labs

25 Crown St.
Nashua, NH 03060
978-226-3266

info@makeitlabs.com
www.makeitlabs.com

Membership-based community workshop provides access to electronics and computer lab, wood shop, machine shop, welding/fabrication shop, automotive garage bay, rapid prototyping areas, classrooms, meeting spaces, lounge, kitchen and more. Open house held weekly on Thursdays.

Manchester Makerspace

36 Old Granite St.
Manchester, NH 03101

contact@manchestermakerspace.org
www.manchestermakerspace.org

Membership-based community offering automotive, electronics, woodworking, metalworking and rapid prototyping shops. Open to the public twice weekly.

Port City Makerspace

68 Morning St.
Portsmouth, NH 03801
www.portcitymakerspace.com

Nonprofit workshop providing tools and space for a monthly fee. Equipment is available for woodworking, metal working, electronics, machining, blacksmithing and more.

Regional Center for Advanced Manufacturing (RCAM)

48 Central Square
Keene, NH 03431

603-352-1303
www.keenechamber.com

A consortium of community colleges and Keene School District (through its Keene Community Education program) under the leadership of the Greater Keene Chamber of Commerce.

State resources

New Hampshire Division of Economic Development

172 Pembroke Road
Concord, NH 03302

603-271-2591
info@nheconomy.com
www.nheconomy.com
www.exportnh.com
www.ampednh.com/about

Business Resource Center attracts new business and assists existing businesses to expand. International Trade Center promotes New Hampshire exports. AMPed (Advanced Manufacturing Partnerships in Education) is a New Hampshire initiative executed by the New Hampshire Community College system, with input from area manufacturers, with the aim of workforce preparation and continued training.

New Hampshire Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP)

172 Pembroke Road
Concord, NH 03301

603-226-3200
www.nhmep.org
www.massmac.org

Part of a nationwide system of MEP centers linked through the U.S. Department of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), with the common goal to strengthen the global competitiveness of U.S. manufacturers.

New Hampshire Job Training Fund

Office of Workforce Opportunity – DRED

Attn: Job Training Fund

172 Pembroke Road

Concord, NH 03301


603-271-7275
www.nhjobtrainingfund.org

Available to businesses located in New Hampshire and businesses intending to locate in the state, and who pay quarterly taxes into the NH Unemployment Trust Fund. Businesses that make voluntary (reimbursable) contributions are not eligible. Local, county, and state political subdivisions are not eligible for the program. The Community College System of New Hampshire (CCSNH) is a key partner to the Job Training Fund, as well as the “vendor of first resort.” 

WorkReadyNH

Phil Przybyszewski
603-206-8185
pprzybyszewski@ccsnh.edu
www.ccsnh.edu/workforce-training/workready-nh

A free, federally-funded program to help job-seekers and career builders improve their skills and add two nationally recognized credentials to their resume. It is comprised of a three-week course, completely free to participants, offered almost monthly on New Hampshire Community College campuses. Participants attend 60 hours of classroom instruction in a simulated workplace setting.

The program is a partnership between the Community College System of New Hampshire (CCSNH), the New Hampshire Department of Resources and Economic Development (DRED) and the NH Department of Employment Security. It is funded through the New Hampshire Job Training Fund.

New Hampshire Department of Education

Bureau of Career Development
603-271-3867

Eric Feldborg

Eric.Feldborg@doe.nh.gov

(603) 271-3867

Leadership and support for the career and technical education (CTE) system at both secondary and postsecondary levels. This system provides education in career pathways leading to further education and employment opportunities.