Memphis, the “Volunteer State’s” largest city, may be known as the Home of the Blues, but it also is home to the Metal Museum.
A former metallurgist discusses the gender gap in STEM fields
Awards for excellence in manufacturing education expand possibilities for winning schools
Alhough many Americans are unemployed, manufacturers are having trouble filling vacant positions
At the John Lopez Welding School, students learn the value of a strong work ethic
The CCC Workforce Institute offers employee training
Hypertherm launches Web site to support plasma cutting curriculum
At Alaska Vocational Technical Center, pipe welding dreams become reality
Harper College’s Intro to Welding for Women class nurtures the creative side of the torch
At SWeETy camp, high school girls learn the advantages of welding and electronics careers
The Tulsa Welding School builds a new generation of welders every three weeks
The National Apprentice Competition continues to bolster machining and toolmaking careers
NIMS now provides two national certifications for CNC machine operators
Haywood Community College's advanced machining center hopes to advance the skills of area manufacturing workforces
The National Association of Manufacturers' Dream It Do It campaign hopes to make manufacturing a go-to sector for high schoolers
Despite tough times for vocational education, one high school welding program stands out
ArcelorMittal focuses on recruiting the next generation of steelworkers
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