Summer Manufacturing Camps - Start Planning Now for 2020

Did you know that summer camps help keep manufacturing in America vital by developing the next generation of a skilled workforce? Ideally, after a student attends a camp, and upon high school graduation, he or she will enroll at the same college that hosted the camp where their passion for a career in manufacturing began. After graduation, they have the necessary technical abilities to begin immediate employment in their community — keeping skilled labor local. Area businesses save time and money by avoiding extensive training programs and continue to grow and prosper.

Nuts, Bolts, & Thingamajigs (NBT) awards funds to schools or organizations to produce camps for students, ages 12-16, that introduces them to manufacturing career options through the camp grant program. Summer camps are fun, interactive experiences where students make take-home projects with their hands. Students are led by camp directors and technical education instructors who demonstrate and share their skills. Get Details

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