Mission: To prepare students with the knowledge and skills necessary for continued education and, ultimately, a successful career in manufacturing, mechanical drafting, and skilled mechanical trades occupations.
The Manufacturing Pathways of Study enable students:
· To obtain necessary skills through high quality classroom, laboratory, and field instruction
· To earn professional certifications required for employment
· To transition to postsecondary level institutions for additional education opportunities
If your school is considering developing a Manufacturing Pathway, the documents and resources on this page will guide you through the process and requirements.
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