Vocational students get real-world view of manufacturing jobs

19 Feb 2016 1:30 PM | Shelly Glandon (Administrator)

Arizona Daily Star

By Yoohyun Jung

More than 120 high school students, ranging from freshmen to seniors, visited 13 different manufacturing companies Friday as part of a career and technical education program.

Pima County Youth Career Connects trains Southern Arizona’s high school students in industrial technology. It sends them to two years of school at Pima Community College and sets them up with job training, according toGerri Brunson, a coordinator for Arizona @ Work, the workforce solutions division of Pima County.

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