Finding Future Workers: West Virginia Manufacturers Association Launches Two New Programs http://www.wvexecutive.com/finding-future-workers-west-virginia-manufacturers-association-launches-two-new-programs/
In effort to expand outreach programs from middle schools to students at the high school level, the West Virginia Manufacturers Association Educational Fund (WVMAEF) has launched two Explore the New Manufacturing Programs for the 2019-2020 school year.
Photos from Explore: The New Manufacturing's post Students from Elkins Middle School - WV, Harman Middle School and Tygarts Valley Middle/High School recently came together to learn about manufacturing at the Randolph County Technical Center. Students spent the day in hands-on labs exploring modern production methods, local ...
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"The West Virginia Manufacturers Association Educational Fund, for giving about 100 students from the region a chance to learn about the importance of manufacturing in West Virginia. The event ...
Photos from Explore: The New Manufacturing's post 8th grade students from Marion, Monongalia, and Taylor counties learn about aerospace, process improvement, paper pulp, machining, production, and innovation as well as toured the facility at the Explore Academy at the Pierpont ATC in Fairmont. Bombardier, ND Paper, Precision ...
Photos from Explore: The New Manufacturing's post CTE students from Marion, Monongalia, and Preston Counties compete is the Explore Program's first Scrap Contest last week using scrap manufacturing material supplied by Progressive Industries. Projects will be displayed in Morgantown in January in coordination with Arts Mon.
The Explore Program would like to give a shout out to Capital High School's Ethan Dolin, Aidan Henson, Rubin Shirley, and Davis Walsky for hosting a lab for Friday's Explore the New Manufacturing Academy at BridgeValley. These students led a ...
Students explore manufacturing career options Students in Kanawha and Putnam Counties explore career options in manufacturing.
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Scrap Metal Art - Dominion Post The Explore team launched its first Scrap Competition at MTEC in Morgantown yesterday. Thank you Progressive Industries and MTEC for coordinating the event.
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Student from Marion, Monongalia, and Preston counties CTE programs compete today in Morgantown in the first Scrap event. Welding teams are using scrap metal supplied by Progressive Industries to create projects along the theme WV Manufacturing.
Eastern Panhandle students get hands on STEM learning experiences https://www.localdvm.com/news/west-virginia/eastern-panhandle-students-get-hands-on-stem-learning-experiences/
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. (WDVM) — The West Virginia Manufacturers Association Educational Fund offers a hands on learning program at Blue Ridge Community and Technical College Tech Center to middle…
Photos from Explore: The New Manufacturing's post 140 students from Charles Town, Hedgesville, Musselman, North, South, Spring Mills, and Warm Springs middle schools learn about manufacturing careers at Blue Ridge Community and Technical College in Martinsburg. Students spent the day in hands-on labs exploring robotics, chemistry, plastic ...
Explore the New Manufacturing Happy National Manufacturing Day! Check out our new Explore the New Manufacturing video showcasing West Virginia manufacturing and career opportunities in the state. Thank you, Warwood Media for the awesome video!
The Explore team visited the Monongalia County Technical Education Center and the Randolph Technical Center this week to learn about the talented students and the work they do!
We are excited to kick off Year 2 of the What's So Cool About Manufacturing? Student Video Contest. Thank you to our training partner, Bethany College. https://www.theintelligencer.net/news/community/2019/09/bethany-college-hosts-video-training-for-local-educators/
Closing the 'skills gap': Middle schoolers meet area businesses https://www.facebook.com/243882541886/posts/10156104060666887/
Eighth graders got to see manufacturing in action Friday at West Virginia Northern Community College in Weirton. Students from Oak Glen, Brooke and St. Joseph's middle schools participated. The program, called "Explore - The New Manufacturing Academy", is put ...
Photos from Explore: The New Manufacturing's post Middle school students from Brooke, Oak Glen and St. Joseph learn about career opportunities at the Explore the New Manufacturing Academy at West Virginia Northern Community College in Weirton. Students explored the world of modern manufacturing in labs hosted by ...
Kanawha County Schools 7th grade students from Elkview, Andrew Jackson, and McKinley middle schools in Kanawha County solve 20 minute challenges and learn about career opportunities in manufacturing during the Expedition Innovate program at the Clay Center.
Thank you to the Clay Center ...
Photos from Explore: The New Manufacturing's post 7th grade students from Kanawha County middle schools problem solve and create solutions at today's Expedition: Innovate at the Clay Center. Explore the New Manufacturing, the Clay Center, and the West Virginia Department of Education teamed up to put on ...
Charles Town Middle and AMS Vendors What's So Cool About Manufacturing? Check out this video Charles Town Middle School students created with AMS Vendors to win the WV Eastern Panhandle Student Video Contest Viewers Choice Winner #action=share" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yurf_vZC70I#action=share
2019 Explore: The New Manufacturing Video Contest
West Virginia Executive Spring 2019 Check out coverage about our Explore the New Manufacturing Program, as well RCBI's Apprenticeship Works and West Virginia Women Work's Step Up for Women Advanced Manufacturing Pre-Apprenticeship. Thank you, West Virginia Executive Magazine for highlighting the work of these three ...
Career tech students land jobs with help of Simulated Workplace program - WV MetroNews Simulated workplace programs give WV students an opportunity to succeed through hands on learning.
The pair are students at Putnam Career and Technical College.
6th-8th grade students at Taylor County Middle School learn about the process of manufacturing recycled pulp and discuss career opportunities at ND Paper.
Pietro Fiorentini visited the 8th grade career exploration class at Weir Middle School to talk about their manufacturing process and the careers available at their new Weirton facility.
AHF Products and Kingsford partnered with the Explore team to speak with 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students at Elkins Middle School about advanced manufacturing and the career opportunities in their region.
Photos from Explore: The New Manufacturing's post The Explore team speaks with 8th grade students at Fairview Middle School in their outdoor classroom about job opportunities and educational pathways. Thank you Precision Tool and 4D Tech Solutions for teaching about careers in machining and unmanned systems.
Eastern Panhandle students fare well in manufacturing video contest Thank you to the schools, manufacturing companies, partners and sponsors for the What’s So Cool About Manufacturing student video contest in the Eastern Panhandle that made our first year a success!
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MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — The West Virginia Manufacturers Association ...
Wheeling Park students spoke about their program at the Inuagural West Virginia Manufacturing Summit in Morgantown today during the Bridging the Education Gap session. Sarah Armstrong Tucker shared about Community and Technical College programs and Kathy D'Antoni and students presented ...
2019 Explore Video Contest Awards - Northern Panhandle Explore: The New Manufacturing added 79 new photos.
Tomorrow is the last day to vote for the East Contest!
We have had thousands of votes already but any school could still win as the "Viewers' Choice".
Watch the videos made by WV middle school students with manufacturing partners ...