Preparing for a Career in Advanced Manufacturing

It's never too late to begin your career development in the high-tech manufacturing world. Technically skilled employees are needed now more than ever, contrary to what you might read or be told! Learn more about different career pathways to help you prepare for a wide variety of advanced manufacturing occupations. There are so many educational options available to help you pursue opportunities within your region, in your state and across the country.


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U.S. PRODUCTION VALUE
in United States
Small and medium manufacturers account for 40 %
 EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES
in United States
Nanotechnology
Biotechnology
RFID

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Oshkosh North High School
Oshkosh, WI

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It's not all equations and seriousness in the PLTW classes at North and West. In North's Principles of Engineering class, students recently made root beer to determine heat loss calculations. In the Introduction to Engineering Design class, students created puzzle cubes and challenged one another in a heated "Puzzle Off." While the curriculum is challenging, it's valuable for any student interested in pursuing a high-tech career.
It teaches 21st century skills. It incorporates very well how math and science and technology are integrated together, as one. It takes theory and it applies hands-on applications to every aspect that we study. While technology departments primarily focused on vocational skills in the past, the inclusion of engineering classes has helped the department to evolve.

Contact:

Gary Hammen
Technology and Engineering Teacher

Phone: (920) 424-7000


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