What energizes your child? Be it cars or computers, music or movies, the outdoors or outer space — whatever the passion — modern manufacturing offers an exciting career for young people. Rewarding employment that PAYS!
Click here to learn more about the opportunities that Advanced Manufacturing can offer them to do what they like and be nicely rewarded!
Manufacturing is a critical part of our regional and state economy. Help us develop your future skilled workforce. But as you know, the industry is facing many challenges — global competition, retiring baby boomers, negative stereotypes — which only increases the need to spread the truth about today’s manufacturing.
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About the Dream It Do It Program
Look around you. Almost everything you see was manufactured: the laptop you’re surfing on; the chair you’re sitting in; the shirt on your back; the phone in your pocket. Today’s jobs in manufacturing are less about assembly lines and more about technology. They require skill, innovation, and a commitment to quality. 85% of the manufacturers in the United States are having difficulty filling open positions in their companies. The Dream It Do It program was created to educate the next generation workforce about careers in Advanced Manufacturing.
Manufacturers in Western New York provide great career opportunities. And those opportunities are available right now! Dream It Do It Western New York seeks to provide Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie and Niagara County manufacturers with the employees that have the skill and training required to fill exciting career opportunities in manufacturing.
MILLENNIALS' THOUGHTS ON MANUFACTURING
CEO: Manufacturing Jobs Should Be Celebrated
Snap-On CEO Nick Pinchuk says jobs in manufacturing need to be celebrated and respected as much as CEOs or lawyers in order to grow the middle class. He spoke with WSJ's Shelby Holliday at CEO Council Wall Street Journal (WSJ) 11/18/2015 SHelby Holliday-WSJ Senior Video Reporter