Several ILHS upperclassmen who are considering employment after graduation got to experience the world of work during Logan County Manufacturing Day.
On Thursday, the group toured local manufacturers NX Automotive Logistics, Global Precision Parts, and Powerbuilt.
At each stop, they learned about the company’s mission, available jobs, skills needed, and future company needs.
Students were able to see machinery and robotics in action and learn how it all fits into the supply chain.
Logan County Manufacturing Day was made possible by the Logan County Collaborative and the #3E initiative.
The 3Es stand for Employed, Enlisted and Enrolled. The goal of local educators, local businesses, and the Logan County Chamber of Commerce is to ensure that prior to graduation, every student in Logan County has committed to either: Employment at a local company, Enlistment in the military, or Enrollment in a 2 or 4-year college. Each “E” is to be equally honored, respected, and given equal consideration.
Learn more about #3E at https://www.logancountyohio.com/ed-3e.html