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WIRE-Net Annual Meeting Preview: Auction to Benefit Our Youth Programs

Posted by WIRE-Net on Apr 24, 2017 3:54:42 PM

WIRE-Net and the Friends of Max Hayes collaborate closely to build rigorous work-based learning experiences for both teachers and students at Max S. Hayes Career and Technical High School. Our programs ensure that students get exposure to a range of career opportunities in machining, welding, computer aided design, robotics, and other fields.

Help us support the future generation of manufacturing. New to this year's Annual Meeting event, the Friends of Max Hayes, will be hosting an auction to raise funds for WIRE-Net's youth programs at Max Hayes High School.

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Topics: Manufacturing Events, Annual Meeting, Max S. Hayes High School, Friends of Max Hayes, Youth Programs, Fundraising

#CelebrateMFG at this Year's Annual Meeting

Posted by WIRE-Net on Mar 17, 2017 11:54:08 AM

Next month, over 300 individuals—including WIRE-Net’s Board of Directors, area manufacturers, government officials, and community leaders—will gather together for WIRE-Net’s Annual Meeting to celebrate both American and Northeast Ohio manufacturing successes over the past year.

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Topics: Board of Directors, Mission Builder Award, Annual Meeting, Friends of Max Hayes, #CelebrateMFG, A New Grand Strategy

Career Exploration: A Student's Pathway into Precision Machining

Posted by Gilbert Ruiz on Jun 14, 2016 10:20:15 AM

Our Youth Programs team, working out of Max S. Hayes Career and Technical High School, coordinated a one-on-one job shadow experience with WIRE-Net member Cleveland Steel Tool. Michael, a junior in Max Hayes’ CNC Precision Machining career pathway, spent a morning at Cleveland Steel Tool and observed the company’s custom tooling operation based in Cleveland’s Glenville Neighborhood.

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Topics: Cleveland Steel Tool Company, Max S. Hayes High School, Friends of Max Hayes, Job Shadow, Precision Machining, Career Exploration, Youth Programs

Preparing Students for Workplace Success at [the New] Max Hayes High School

Posted by WIRE-Net on Aug 20, 2015 9:48:00 AM

The Generation Y Challenge

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics forecasts that by 2020, there will be a shortfall of 10 million qualified workers in manufacturing-related industries. With a significant portion of the workforce facing retirement, jobs will need to be filled by younger workers; however, a lack of interest in manufacturing among American youth threatens the growth of industry.

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Topics: Manufacturing Growth, Max S. Hayes High School, Friends of Max Hayes, Project-Based Learning, Tech Education, Stem Education

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