The Manufacturing Internship provides students the opportunity to earn while they learn. Working four days per week at a local business, under the supervision of a qualified mentor, and attending a work seminar class one day per week completing projects like OSHA 10 Certification prepares them for a career in manufacturing. Congratulations to our Manufacturing Internship students!
Alex Danley | Hunter Hron
Samuel Maddy | Mathias Neumayer
Cameron Olson | Xander Steinberg
Blake Colwell | Brody Erickson
Myles Nagler | Jazlynn Svaleson
Gaige Waldovogel | Justice Rebrovich
We would to like to thank our business partners for providing these hands-on learning opportunities for our students. Manufacturing Pathway students interned with: