Advanced Manufacturing Job Shadowing

One great way to learn about advanced manufacturing careers is to job shadow a successful professional. Working professionals are excellent career mentors who share their knowledge and leadership skills for a day or more! Think about your career interest and the organizations in your area. The resource links on this page provide helpful information for both teachers and students. Visit an area below to investigate job shadowing and learn how to get started.

 
 
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Students! There’s one more thing. Ask your job shadow mentor if they would be a CareerME profiled professional. To find out more about this special program, ask info@careerme.org.

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National Center for Manufacturing Education
Dayton, OH

The NCME serves as a source of materials, support services, and professional development opportunities for educators and industry professionals.

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PROFILED CAREER

Health and Safety Engineer

Technology: Nanotechnology, Forming and Fabrication, Biosciences

Health and safety engineers promote worksite or product safety and health by applying knowledge of industrial processes, as well as mechanical, chemical, and psychological principles. They must be able to anticipate, recognize, and evaluate hazardous conditions as well as develop hazard control methods. They also must be familiar with the application of health and safety regulations.

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