Contact: Amy Goode
CEC Program Manager, moderates each session with a few employees from the company participating in a round robin panel answering questions. Terry Hinton from the Northern PA Regional College participated in the first session sharing the manufacturing programs that are offered locally to help students understand their options as they make decisions regarding their future plans.
Manufacturing sessions are being held virtually between September and December and will focus on the Metal Working students by providing sessions with local Manufacturers who will introduce students to local companies and showcase career opportunities in this field. Amphenol Advanced Sensors started the series in September, with MPP Washington Street, Horizon Technologies, Metco and Advantage Metal Powders following during the Fall Season. Throughout thewinter months, the series will switch its focus to the Building and Construction Trades and a variety of other industriessuch as Hospitality and Tourism, Health Care, etc. Companies interested in being a guest speaker are encouraged to contact the CEC at (814) 781-3437 or email@example.com. This event was coordinated by the Community Education Center's (CEC) DISCOVER Partnership which is sponsored by the Stackpole Hall Foundation, The Mee Foundation and Workforce Solutions for North Central PA Business Education Partnership Grant from PA Department of
Labor and Industry.