PMTS Student Day Offers Learning Experiences

Student Day attendees include students from local and regional high schools, vocational schools, community colleges, technical schools and career centers.

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For students who want to learn about machine tools and explore new technologies in the precision machining industry, the Student Day during PMTS 2017 is the perfect opportunity to do so. On Thursday, April 27, more than 200 students (mostly high school age) start their day at 9:30 a.m. with an overview of the many career opportunities, the pathways to training in the industry, as well as expectations of what technologies they will see on the PMTS show floor.

After the overview, students will have a brief orientation of the show floor, and then they can roam the floor in their groups. Student Day attendees include students from local and regional high schools, vocational schools, community colleges, technical schools and career centers, according to Sterling Gill, the coordinator of the event as well as the workforce development manager, Precision Machined Products Association (PMPA).

All students are welcome to register by visiting PMTS.com or by contacting Sterling Gill, workforce development manager, PMPA, at sgill@pmpa.org or 440-526-0300 ext. #337. On-site registration is also available. 

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