Article: Career Connections Explores Advanced Manufacturing

Career Connections Explores Advanced Manufacturing

Students working with tools

The Career Connections program has been going strong at the Middle School this year, already offering hands-on explorations of career paths in GPS and mapping technologies, electronics, programming and robotics, and a recent look at advanced manufacturing and skilled trades. Future sessions include healthcare, agriculture and food service, renewable energy, law and public safety, the arts, engineering and architecture. We’re looking for more presenters – would you or your business like to participate? Tell us a little about yourself and we'll contact you!

Feature Photo: Visitors Matt Brunelle and Caitlin Marcellus from Optimax introduced students to careers in manufacturing high precision optics for aerospace, medical, defense or digital technologies.

Left: Rochester Technology and Manufacturing’s Richard Turner spoke to fifth and sixth grade students about career opportunities and regional apprenticeship programs in advanced manufacturing. 

Below: Our own high school students, studying at the Career and Technical Education Center at WEMOCO, worked with students interested in learning about futures in HVAC or welding. WEMOCO students introducing HVAC

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