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Addressing The Skills Gap

Reaching out to students, parents, and educators; creating programs that identify career and education paths to increase the pipeline of skilled workers entering into manufacturing and related industries.

TAKE THE CAREER QUIZ TO FIND YOUR FUTURE IN MANUFACTURING AND RELATED CAREERS!

Professor & Students

GUIDING STUDENT PATHWAYS

With numerous career and educational opportunities available in advanced manufacturing and related businesses, you can find a career doing what you enjoy!

EDUCATE

Teachers and counselors are some of the greatest influencers of student pathways. They have an intimate knowledge of their student's abilities and must present options that will allow them to strive.

CONNECT

POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION

Understand the technical training, two-year education, and certification opportunities available within your region and begin to provide this information simultaneously with four-year education opportunities.

REGIONAL CAREER NEEDS

Find out what jobs are available and in-demand in your region.  Learn more about the opportunities that are needed and how students can benefit. Share this information with parents and students. 

Connect with local companies to understand what advanced manufacturing and related businesses are all about. Discover the skills needed for careers in these industries.

get involved

Explore a Manufacturing Day activity for your students. Manufacturing Day events could include a visit to a local facility, a virtual manufacturing tour online, or a presentation from a local manufacturer. 

COMMUNICATING 

POSITIVE CAREER CHOICES

EVERY PARENT WANTSTO SEE THEIR CHILD SUCCEED

 As parents, we strive to help our children achieve independence and an identity of their own. 

In terms of life success, manufacturing and related business careers truly provide the whole package. There are incredible opportunities for growth within the industry.

 

What is most exciting, the education to acquirer the necessary skills to get started in a good paying career is a fraction of the cost and time required in most traditional post-secondary education.

MANUFACTURING CAREERS IN HIGH DEMAND

Engineering Technician     $45,000

Maintenance Technician     $50,000

Logistics Analyst     $30,000

Advanced Manufacturing     $35,000

General Maintenance     $30,000

$38,000 A YEAR

CNC MACHINIST

$67,000 A YEAR

ENGINEERING

$35,000 A YEAR

WELDER

Call us:

402-563-7268

Find us: 

4025 E. 23rd Street; Columbus, NE 68601