Build the Future You've Been Dreaming About
Manufacturing is all about skills and knowledge: innovating, designing, and making a product. It doesn't have to require a four-year degree—a starting position can be attained with a high school diploma and short-term training. And, once established, you can continue your education with the possibility of tuition reimbursement paid by your employer.
Still in School? Consider Your Local Career Tech Center
There are wide and diverse opportunities for current students to learn skills that will teach and prepare you for a successful and rewarding future. See the list below and click on the links for details about each opportunity. The application process for most high school programs begins sophomore year.
The manufacturing industry of today is far from one of the past; it is one that is full of smart, innovative, and talented people and one that pays well and has an abundant need for talent.
Beth Graves, Prime Controls
Upper Valley Career Center (Miami County)
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Traditional high schools are also starting to incorporate technical training into their curriculum. If you're not sure if your school offers such programs, talk to your guidance counselor or contact Kayla at DRMA.
Looking for Options After High School? Local Community Colleges and Career Centers Can Help
Whether you're looking for a short-term certificate or a two-year degree, there are plenty of institutions in the Dayton Region that can put you on the path to your dream career. CLICK HERE for a list of adult training programs.