MFG DAY is a celebration of what 12 million people around the United States experience every day—pride at working in manufacturing. We invited event hosts to express some of this daily pride by contributing stories, photos, and videos that show how much manufacturing means to them.
Do you have a story to tell? Share it with us!
With increasing emphasis on STEAM Education and an attempt to formalize what it means to become “Career Ready”, the faculty and staff of SAU #40 in Milford is on a mission. Under the leadership of Superintendent Bob Marquis, cross curricular initiatives K-12 are being developed and delivered....Continue Reading
Atterbury Job Corps is partnering with Purdue MEP to be a part of a “all hands on deck” effort to find and train the future workforce in the manufacturing sector. Atterbury Job Corps has seen the potential for students who are training in our Job Corps programs like Welding, Electrical, Heavy...Continue Reading
In the video linked below we provide an overview of the activities we hosted as part of our week long celebration of MFG Day 17 in Muskogee, Oklahoma. We call this section of the video, MFG Day week in review.
The second section of the video and most important storytelling feature,...Continue Reading
The Advanced Manufacturing Technology Department was able to join the celebration with several events. One of them was on Oct. 6th where about 80 high school students were present along with about 25 college students. The had the opportunity to hear from alumni success stories on what...Continue Reading
On Oct 20th and Nov. 3 high school students from 10 area high schools participated in a Manufacturing Day Event. A group of local companies, educators and community groups worked together to put on this 2nd annual event. Some responses from the kids?Continue Reading
- “Thank you so much for putting this...