The Manufacturing Career Pathway explores careers fields such as welding, machining, computer-numerical-controlled (CNC) technology, fabrication, engineering, drafting, and more. Manufacturing careers are for students who have the “dream it, do it” mentality and are ready to transform raw materials into high-quality finished products.
Explore courses at your school in the manufacturing career pathway
Meet your manufacturing
career Pathway Teachers
Robert J. Elkington
Manufacturing Career Possibilities
Forging Machine Operators
Industrial Machinery Mechanics
Tool and Die Makers
Supervisors of Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers
Wind Turbine Service Technicians
Sheet Metal worker
career pathway instructors for more information.
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