9 Ways to Get High Schoolers to Consider Manufacturing

Gary Miller of Kyocera SGS Precision Tools, says companies can encourage high-school students to apply for internships and apprenticeships by offering competitive pay and a training period. He also recommends tours for parents to show what modern manufacturing looks like and to reassure parents of the plant’s safety. Miller got his start at Kyocera, a small cutting tool manufacturer in Ohio, working on the floor, but today he’s Director of Training and Occupational Development. His skills at training younger workers earned him a profile in IndustryWeek.

Read all 9 of his methods for getting high schoolers interested in manufacturing.