Bloom Township District 206 Event

Event Details

Facility Tour / Presentation

October 3, 2017 9:00am

Invitation-Only Event


101 W 10th St
Chicago Heights, IL 60411


The purpose of Manufacturing day is connect local area high schools students to manufacturers with the intent to increase awareness about modern technology-driven industries. Keynote speakers will address the student body and discuss the changing face of manufacturing and dispel outdated myths in an effort to inspire a new generation of manufactures. While on facility tours, students will have an opportunity to engage in critical dialogue about their role in this dynamic workforce sector. Students are expected dress for safety. Detailed instructions will be provided to participants and their instructors. Students will conclude Manufacturing Day at Prairie State College. Lunch will be provided.

Add to Calendar 10/03/2017 09:00:00 12/31/1969 18:00:00 Bloom Township District 206 MFG DAY Event The purpose of Manufacturing day is connect local area high schools students to manufacturers with the intent to increase awareness about modern technology-driven industries. Keynote speakers will address the student body and discuss the changing face of manufacturing and dispel outdated myths in an effort to inspire a new generation of manufactures. While on facility tours, students will have an opportunity to engage in critical dialogue about their role in this dynamic workforce sector. Students are expected dress for safety. Detailed instructions will be provided to participants and their instructors. Students will conclude Manufacturing Day at Prairie State College. Lunch will be provided. http://www.mfgday.com/events/2017/bloom-township-district-206 101 West 10th Street, Chicago Heights, IL 60411 mbittner@sd206.org MM/DD/YYYY

For More Event Information
Marilyn Bittner
7087551122
mbittner@sd206.org

About Bloom Township District 206

The history of Bloom Township High School District 206 has been one of growth and change, with a continuing commitment to quality education and a dedication to meet the needs of a varied student population. Quality academic programs are available for those who plan to attend college, but the district also offers other programs that are just as important. A fine industrial arts program now offers increased opportunity through an area vocational network, and special education opportunities are among the best in the tradition of excellence that had its beginning over 110 years ago.

http://www.sd206.org