This year’s event was held in a virtual format
Schoolcraft College lent its expertise and highlighted the Manufacturing & Engineering Center (MEC) to support the 2021 Wayne County Manufacturing Day held Friday, October 1.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, this year’s event was held in a virtual format and earned a strong audience:
- 6,434 pre-registered students
- 2,118 middle school students
- 4,296 high school students
- 20 adults
- 47 schools representing 28 districts
- 25 participating businesses
- 6 participating colleges
MEC, is the home of Schoolcraft College’s engineering and technology programs. Opened in the fall of 2020, the 48,000-square-foot facility more than doubled the space for occupational programs, including:
- Biomedical Engineering Technology
- Computer Aided Design (CAD)
- Engineering Technology
- Manufacturing Technology/CNC (Computer Numerical Control)
- Metallurgy and Materials Science
- Plastic Technology
MEC also houses a 3D printing lab and robotics lab.
Schoolcraft College’s presentation included a comprehensive overview of all programs as well as other opportunities, including Dual Enrollment for high school students and “boot camps” for professionals.
Each program profile included possible jobs and industries, potential wages and salaries and credential options offered at Schoolcraft College. Visit their web page to learn more about Schoolcraft College’s Manufacturing and Technology programs.