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Engineering instructor needed: Stebbins High School

Updated: Sep 12

It is critical that manufacturers support manufacturing training programs. Why? Without qualified instructors, schools will be forced to close their manufacturing programs and, therefore, will not be able to produce employees for you! Please encourage recently retired manufacturer colleagues or other manufacturers looking for a part-time gig to consider teaching the next generation of talent.


Right now Stebbins High School is looking for an instructor for their engineering program. Read on for details about the position.


This Career Technical Education program is designed to prepare students for careers in the engineering field and for study at the post-secondary level. Students will learn the basics of blueprint reading, mechanical drawing, drafting, and CADD. The program also has a strong academic component provided through instruction in correlated math and physics. Upon completion of the secondary portion of the program, students are ready to select from several engineering majors at the post-secondary level. Full details about the position can be found here.


If you or someone you know is interested in filling this position, please contact Kayla or submit your application at the link above.

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