Success Stories

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!

  • Nov 04

    Versatech Celebrates MFG Day 2014 & Future Workforce!


    Versatech participated in MFG Day again this year! Approximately 300 total students toured 10 participating area manufacturers with each group getting to tour two companies! Versatech student tours were given by the owners and managers along with accompanying presentations. Students visited and...

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  • Nov 04

    MfgDay at Triton College


    Area elementary students huddled around a laser cutter/engraver Friday watching it work its magic, engraving names and images on plastic.

    It was one of many things members of Triton College’s Technology Department had available to show 32 kids from Mannheim Middle School in Melrose Park...

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  • Nov 04

    Qualtek hosts 38 community leaders and 18 students for 2014 MFG Day


    As part of a week-long series of events focused on manufacturing in Colorado, Qualtek Manufacturing hosted Manufacturing Day at its Colorado Springs facility on October 3. The purpose of the event was to build interest in the manufacturing sector, workforce development, and Science, Technology,...

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  • Nov 04

    National Manufacturing Day- Women in Manufacturing


    To celebrate National Manufacturing Day Friday, October 3 and showcase manufacturing careers for women, Westmoreland County Community College’s Advanced Technology Center conducted a program for female students who attend Central Westmoreland and Eastern Westmoreland Career and Technology...

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  • Nov 04

    Boston Centerless Hosts Three High Schools During Manufacturing Day


    On October 3, 2014 Boston Centerless opened its doors to over 60 students from three surrounding Massachusetts high schools for manufacturing day. Students were given a brief history of Boston Centerless from CEO Steven Tamasi. Then they were broken up into smaller groups and given a tour of the...

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