Preparing for a Career in Advanced Manufacturing

It's never too late to begin your career development in the high-tech manufacturing world. Technically skilled employees are needed now more than ever, contrary to what you might read or be told! Learn more about different career pathways to help you prepare for a wide variety of advanced manufacturing occupations. There are so many educational options available to help you pursue opportunities within your region, in your state and across the country.


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U.S. PRODUCTION VALUE
in United States
Small and medium manufacturers account for 40 %
 MANUFACTURING
in United States
contributes more than 60 percent of U.S. exports

CONTRIBUTING SPONSOR

Tooling U
Cleveland, OH

Toolingu.com is the leading online training provider focused on the unique needs of manufacturers. Our roots are in manufacturing, and our business started by recognizing the industry's specific needs. While some may report that "manufacturing is dead," or that "all the jobs are overseas," we recognize instead that manufacturing faces a challenge. Today's manufacturers are ready to compete, but to do so successfully, they need the right people, and they need the right knowledge.

 
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PROFILED SCHOOL

C. E. McCormick Area Technical Center
Alexandria, KY

Programs: Welding Technology

The primary purpose of the Area Technology Center is to serve high school students by enhancing and expanding student career options that lead to continuation of education at the postsecondary level and/or successful employment upon graduation for high school.

Contact:

Damian Marshal
Welding Instructor

Phone: 859-635-4101


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