Get Skills to Work Encourages Veterans to Find Careers in Manufacturing

I can’t think of someone more qualified to make a human safety critical component for your car’s anti-lock braking system or for the airbag system than a veteran.

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Manufacturing Institute and National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) announced their partnership called Get Skills to Work to encourage transitioning military personnel and recent veterans to look at careers in manufacturing.

Recent veterans have a demonstrated ability to work in teams and perform under pressure; they understand that showing up on time is important; they have experience acquiring data and acting on it; they have demonstrated their ability to follow directions, respond appropriately to challenges, and work well with others. In many cases, their lives and the lives of their comrades depended on it.

I can’t think of someone more qualified to make a human safety critical component for your car’s anti-lock braking system or for the airbag system.

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Originally posted on PMPAspeakingofprecision.com blog.