Manufacturing Day (October 1, 2020) is an opportunity for manufacturers to connect with schools and universities in their local communities to give students an opportunity to experience practical, hands-on learning and to help manufacturers give back to the community while helping the next generation of manufacturers.
- In 2015, the average manufacturing worker in the United States earned $81,289 annually, including pay and benefits.
- The United States is undergoing a manufacturing renaissance. Companies are hiring, and manufacturing jobs are stable, interesting and high-tech.
- As United State's schools introduce more STEM classes, there is a greater need for hands-on learning.
- By bringing manufacturers to schools, students can get practical, hands-on learning, access to mentors and have an opportunity to explore options for a manufacturing career.
Click here to find out more on what you can do to get involved with local schools and prepare for Manufacturing Day!
For additional Information, contact:
Association for Manufacturing Excellence