Learning, Working, and Starting a Career – A Success Story

Nick stands in front of a CNC machine at work.

Nick was stuck. He had taken a few classes at Lake Superior State University in Sault Ste. Marie, but nothing really interested him. His first goal was to join the military, but he had a barrier and could not get into his desired branch and occupation.

Leaving his military ambitions behind, Nick began working two food service jobs and one janitorial job, but he had an interest in engineering-type careers. He was struggling to figure out how to get into a different occupation. He was busy working three jobs and was held back by a limited income.

Tomorrow’s Talent Series

The Tomorrow's Talent series logo.

To inform young U.P. residents of the benefits of a career in manufacturing, local organizations came together to facilitate the Tomorrow’s Talent (T2) series.

Manufacturing Month 2020: A Thread

A man in safety gear guides a crane as it lifts a large piece of machinery.

To celebrate all things manufacturing during Manufacturing Month, we are helping facilitate numerous events throughout the month of October in the Upper Peninsula.