Emerging Elite in Manufacturing

Teachers who are dynamic and inspiring pupils to work harder in pursuit of a rewarding future

Mitchell Davis | Mechanical Engineering | Internship Category

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Mitchell Davis
Freshman Mechanical Engineering Student, Marshall University
Rubberlite Inc. Internship, Reworking Maintenance Manuals
High School Category
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CTE School: Spring Valley
High School CTE
Courses: PLTW Pathway to Engineering (IED,POE,CIM,ES,DE,EDD)
CTE Accomplishments: CTE Completer
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"Mr. Davis is a motivated and professional young man. Throughout my time with Mitchell he has shown himself to be nothing but creative and hardworking. He is approachable and accountable. It has been a privilege to be Mr. Davis' teacher and I look forward to seeing all the amazing things that he does in the future."
James Coble, TEM Coordinator
WVDE Office of Career Technical Education
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“Mitchell is an outstanding person. Recently at an Explore event, Mitchell stepped in front of 125 8th graders to explain why manufacturing could be a great career choice for them. As an intern for Rubberlite, he took on this role with enthusiasm and connection with the students from the start. Ask any teacher, this connection is tough to make. Mitchell did it by engaging them in a heartfelt dialogue about why he made his choice for his career. He then told them about the manufacturing process at Rubberlite and how it was rewarding and challenging. They left the room with a new interest in manufacturing. That’s what we are all about. Thanks to Mitchell for being an Emerging Elite for the Explore Program this year.”
Gary Clay, WVMAEF
Board Chair
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