Mahoning County Career & Technical Center's Precision Machining & Manufacturing Technology program is looking for students to fill the need of qualified skill trained employees. Students are in short supply by our 325 supporting manufacturers. There are many career opportunities in all sectors of manufacturing like medical, aerospace, heavy industrial equipment, sporting goods, plastics, metal stamping, computer-aided design, CNC programmers, CNC machine operators, and quality inspectors. Green manufacturing is also getting big interest lately. If you like to create things, enjoy working with your hands and want a good paying job upon graduation, this is definitely worth a look.
jobs are available for students with the correct skill sets that can not be gotten at their high school. For more information, post to this blog or contact Rich Stape at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone directly at (330) 559-3654.