For many this word brings to mind images of dark, dirty environments filled with days of mindless assembly line work...
NOT SO FAST! Manufacturing has significantly advanced and now incorporates high-tech robotics, industrial automation, and information technology.
Exciting Careers – Today’s workers can enter the workforce with a high-school diploma and experience continuous technological advancements throughout their careers. With Career and Technical Education programs, students can even earn certifications that allow them to enter the workforce at a higher level.
Well-Paying Jobs – I bet you didn’t know that the average annual income of U.S. Manufacturing employees in 2020 was $92,832!*
High-Growth Industry – according to the Manufacturing Institute and Deloitte, 4 million manufacturing jobs will need to be filled between now and 2030, making manufacturing an exciting and secure career choice.
To meet this growing demand, Wylie ISD, Collin College and local manufacturers are focused on preparing students for the high-tech skilled workforce of tomorrow.
In recognition of National Manufacturing Day, Wylie students will visit local high-tech manufacturers and see for themselves the exciting career opportunities of the future.
We invite you to sign up and join us for the Community Event at Sanden International on October 7th. To register for this event, scan the AR code below or visit: https://waitwhile.com/welcome/sandentour-mfgday22
MFG Day is an initiative of The The Manufacturing Institute, with the Fabricators & Manufacturers Association as a founding partner. The Institute grows and supports the manufacturing industry’s skilled workers for the advancement of modern manufacturing. The Institute’s diverse initiatives support women, veterans, students and workers through skills training programs, community building and supporting the advancement of their career in manufacturing. As the workforce development and education partner of the National Association of Manufacturers, the Institute is a trusted adviser to manufacturers, equipping them with resources necessary to solve the industry’s toughest challenges.
Creators Wanted is the manufacturing industry’s largest campaign to build the workforce of tomorrow. The campaign is a joint effort of the National Association of Manufacturers and The Manufacturing Institute, the 501(c)(3) workforce development and education partner of the NAM.
The Wylie Economic Development Corporation (Wylie EDC) is funded through a citywide half-cent sales tax that is funded by over 230,000 local area residents. The WEDC facilitates corporate relocations, local expansions of existing businesses, retail/commercial development and revitalization projects. The Wylie EDC facilitates the creation of new jobs and generates additional tax revenue for the benefit of the community.
For more information, visit www.WylieEDC.com.