Carteret Community College Event


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Event Details

Facility Tour / Presentation

October 6, 2016 8:00am

Invitation-Only Event


3505 Arendell St
Morehead City, NC 28557


NexGen Manufacturing: Making It Real! is a one- day event on Oct 6 for local high school youth sponsored by Carteret Community College. The purpose of the event is to introduce manufacturing as a viable career option to high school students. The morning event will include a hands-on simulation where the students will build Lego airplanes and learn about “lean” manufacturing. The students will also participate in a group activity to create a feasible manufacturing concept for Carteret County. They will conclude the day with a tour of Veneer Technologies to learn about hardwood veneer and plywood manufacturing and pathways to that workforce. This event is co-sponsored by the Carteret Economic Development Council, Veneer Technologies, Frank Door Company, and the Carteret County public schools.


For More Event Information
Betsy DeCampo
252-222-6116
decampob@carteret.edu

About Carteret Community College

Founded in 1963, Carteret Community College is one of 59 institutions comprising the NC Community College System. The college offers a variety of educational, technical and vocational programs. With many courses to choose from, students can pursue programs leading to a certificate, diploma or associate degree. The college transfer curriculum enables students to get an associate in arts or science degree and transfer to a four-year institution. Additionally, the college offers a variety of Corporate and Community Education courses to provide opportunities for upgrading job skills, gaining certification, and satisfying personal interests. The student body consists of around 1,900 curriculum and 4,500 continuing education students. Accredited by the Southern Association Colleges and Schools since 1974, the college has over 350 full-time and part-time employees who provide quality education, training and support. The college also works with community agencies to encourage economic growth.

http://www.carteret.edu