The Bristol Manufacturing Partnership brings together workforce development, vocational-technical school, and employer partners to better prepare unemployed and underemployed individuals for jobs at regional manufacturing businesses. With support from a Workforce Competitiveness Trust Fund (WCTF) grant, the Bristol Workforce Investment Board (WIB) created a training program at two vocational-technical high schools to prepare adult participants for jobs as computer numerically controlled (CNC) programmers and machinists. This brief details how the Bristol Manufacturing Partnership prepares workers for jobs in demand.