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IASC NEXT Career Pathways manufacturing intern signing day

IASC NEXT Career Pathways manufacturing intern signing day

Herald Review Feb 7, 2024

On Friday, Feb. 2, fifteen students representing Grand Rapids, Greenway and Nashwauk-Keewatin High Schools, signed training agreements with local manufacturing businesses and prepared to begin their career pathway internship experience.

On Friday, Feb. 2, fifteen students representing Grand Rapids, Greenway and Nashwauk-Keewatin High Schools, signed training agreements with local manufacturing businesses and prepared to begin their career pathway internship experience.

The IASC NEXT Career Pathways Manufacturing Internship is the capstone experience in the Manufacturing Career Pathway, and provides students the opportunity to work at local manufacturing sites for four days per week and attend a seminar class one day per week. Joe Gabardi, Manufacturing Pathway teacher at Nashwauk-Keewatin High School, coordinates the internship program and is the seminar instructor.

Students are placed with supervisors in area businesses to oversee their paid internships. The following businesses are serving as intern sites this semester: Hibbing Fabricators, L & M Radiator, Midwest Manufacturing & Mechanical, Northland Machine, Range Steel Fabricators, Swan Machine, Trison, Yanmar Compact Equipment North America, and Zakobe.

The IASC NEXT Career Pathways Manufacturing Internship is funded by grants from the Minnesota Department of Labor & Industry Youth Skills Grant and Greater Twin Cities United Way Purpose DrivenPaycheck Grant. These dollars go to support the costs of coordination, recruitment activities, and support staff.

Manufacturing internships are an important part of building a strong manufacturing workforce for the future. Thanks to all participating businesses, school staff and sponsors who have committed to providing this valuable step for students in the manufacturing career pathway.

Please contact Joe Gabardi, IASC NEXT Career Pathways Manufacturing Teacher, at jgabardi@isd319.org ; 218-929-9175 or Scott Patrow at spatrow@isd6070.org or 218-256-5576 for more information.

Thank you to the Grand Rapids Herald Review for the article!

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IASC Next Career Pathways construction tours

IASC Next Career Pathways construction tours

Herald Review January 31, 2024

On Friday, Jan. 26, fifty-seven students from seven Itasca Area Schools Collaborative (IASC) high schools toured area businesses as part of a career-connected experience coordinated by the IASC NEXT Career Pathways program.

The Forge and Acme Tools, Hawkinson Construction and The City of Grand Rapids’ Yanmar Arena hosted students from Bigfork, Floodwood, Grand Rapids, Grand Rapids Area Learning Center, Greenway, Hill City, and Northland.

Business and industry tours are an important part of building a strong construction career workforce for the future. Thanks to all participating businesses and teachers who committed to providing this valuable experience for students in the IASC NEXT Construction Career Pathway.

Business site tours are an important part of building a strong business career workforce for the future. Thanks to all participating businesses and teachers who committed to providing this valuable experience for students in the IASC NEXT Business Career Pathway.

IASC NEXT Career Pathways would like to thank JET and the Greater Twin Cities United Way Purpose Driven Paychecks Grant for funding costs of this event.

If you have any questions or comments about IASC NEXT Career Pathways tours please contact Scott Patrow, IASC NEXT Career Pathways Director at spatrow@isd6070.org or 218-256-5576.

Thank you to the Grand Rapids Herald Review for the article!

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