Supporting vocational education and the educators who prepare students for manufacturing careers is a critical piece of The NoCo Manufacturing Partnership’s mission. We strive to connect educators and their students with the resources and opportunities for experiences to support future manufacturing workers.
Tours for Educators, Students and Parents
Many of our members actively work to build relationships with high-school students by offering on-site tours. A perfect class outing, tours give students a firsthand glimpse at real-world manufacturing companies and opportunities to start networking for future employment.
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Many of our members are also enthusiastic about bringing informative presentations to classrooms. View the Manufacturing Presents flyer for details. Contact Jonathan Hall to facilitate programming for your classroom.
Scholarships and Internships
The NoCo Manufacturing Partnership offers scholarships for students at Aims Community College and Front Range Community College for students who seek a career in manufacturing. Learn more at our Scholarship Page.
Online vocational programs are also available. Offering students the flexibility to learn around their schedule and start classes at any point in the semester, the programs from the Manufacturing Skill Standards Council are the equivalent to 45 hours of education. Learn more at our Continuing Education Page.