Learn the Benefits of a Student Run Shop

Cardinal Manufacturing founder and instructor Craig Ceigleski, as well as Jacob Hostettler from Northwoods Manufacturing shared their jouneys to establishing student-run manufacturing businesses within their own local high schools that have helped fill the skills gap one student at a time.

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Cardinal Manufacturing founder and instructor Craig Ceigleski, and Jacob Hostettler from Northwoods Manufacturing shared their jouneys to establishing student-run manufacturing businesses within their own local high schools, which have helped fill the skills gap one student at a time.  Both of their programs help to provide a higher level manufacturing program at no additional cost, natural relationship-building with local industry, a place for students to belong in high school, a way to give relevance to other high school classes, preparation for students who decide to go on to further education, self confidence and pride, motivation for students to seek a career in manufacturing and engaging activities to spark student interest. They offer real work and real profit sharing ... real world manufacutring experience at the high school level. Click here to register and view this FREE archived webinar. Then take what you learn and establish and support this type of teaching in YOUR local district to fill the skills gap within your own shops!

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