With over 35 Manufacturing Day events planned in Southern Ontario alone between October 1st – 7th, and over 2,000 events across North America, it’s clear to see that the industry is alive and well and looking to recruit new talent. The direction manufacturing is moving demands more young minds able to train on new and emerging technologies in order to continue building on our manufacturing roots.
As manufacturers open their doors to the public for a candid tour and/or learning session, they are focusing their efforts on educating high school students who are about to enter college or the workforce. An education in this potential career path is an eye opening experience, and gives students and other interested parties a real world look inside multiple manufacturing facilities.
Learn about lean manufacturing and Green practices now at work in this important industry.
Just look at the results for the 2015 MFG Day survey: http://www.mfgday.com/resources/2015-event-survey-results
For where and when these events are taking place visit: http://www.mfgday.com/events