Where Manufacturing Matters

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 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 Hayes High School, Friends of Max Hayes, Project-Based Learning, Tech Education, Stem Education

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