Win $500 to sponsor skilled future employees!
Manufacturing Day is Friday, October 2nd, 2015
Manufacturing is woven into the fabric of our economy, but experts forecast a bleak future if U.S. manufacturers can’t find talented, well-educated people—the kind who take initiative and spark innovation. Millions of manufacturing jobs sit empty worldwide because there aren’t enough people with the right qualifications for the positions. Unfortunately, the need for highly skilled manufacturing workers hasn’t shielded the school programs that produce them from budget cuts. Now, more than ever, manufacturers need to band together to make sure schools are teaching the skills their workers need.
Scot Forge is running an amazing contest where you can
win a $500 donation for your local CTE program!
Throughout the year, local manufacturer Scot Forge works closely with high schools and Career in Technical Education (CTE) programs to support and educate the next generation about the opportunities a career in manufacturing can provide. CTE programs offer students the technical knowledge, academic foundation and real-world experience they need to prepare for high-skill, high-demand, high-wage careers.
Manufacturing Day is a celebration of modern manufacturing meant to inspire the next generation of manufacturers. Please show your support in developing future generations by participating in the Traveling Highlander contest! Our future together depends on our ability to strengthen manufacturing.
To enter for a chance at the prize, all you have to do is post a picture of the Traveling Highlander to your Facebook page with a few key bits of information.
How To Enter
- Take a photo with the Traveling Highlander that you feel best represents the innovation of manufacturing
- Post it to Facebook with @Scot Forge and #mfgday in the caption
- Entry period ends on 10/9/2015 – the most inspirational photo will win the $500!
To schedule a tour of Scot Forge, please call Lindsey Canalle in Human Resources at 800.435.6621.
Visit www.scotforge.com/careers to learn more.