Innovate. Design. Make. Manufacturing Careers in Ohio

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Considering a Career in Advanced Manufacturing?

On March 18, 2015 President Obama began his day-long trip to the buckeye state with a stop at MAGNET, the Manufacturing Advocacy and Growth Network's Innovation Center in Cleveland.  MAGNET is one of six Manufacturing Extension Partnerships (MEP) in Ohio that works to stimulate and advocate manufacturing throughout the state. The President announced nearly $500 million in public-private investments to strengthen U.S. advanced manufacturing by investing in new technologies and supporting small manufacturers.

With the manufacturing sector and auto industries resurging, now is the optimal time to consider a career in manufacturing.  There are thousands of unfilled jobs in the manufacturing sector now that need to be filled for continued growth and prosperity. Ohio Dream It. Do It. informs young talent to understand what manufacturing is and the education and skills needed to prepare for a career.


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