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CFCC’s Manufacturing Day Expo Connects Students with Employers

Manufacturing Day Expo

Castle Hayne, NC — Cape Fear Community College will host a Manufacturing Day Expo on Thursday, November 18, 2021, from 9 a.m. until 12 p.m. at its North Campus in Castle Hayne, NC. The expo will offer high school, middle school, CFCC students, and the public the opportunity to connect with local manufacturing employers and learn about job training programs available at CFCC.

“Through CFCC’s career and technical and workforce development programs, individuals have the opportunity to train for a high-paying, rewarding career,” said CFCC Vice President of Economic and Workforce Development, John Downing. “By 2030, 4 million manufacturing jobs will be needed nationwide. CFCC is here to connect students with these jobs and employers with qualified, skilled workers.”

What to Expect

  • Connect with 20+ local manufacturing employers
  • Live demonstrations from the College’s Computer Integrated Machining, Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering, and Welding programs

Participating Employers

  • Acme Smoked Fish
  • Alcami
  • American Skin
  • ATMC
  • Cape Fear Catamarans
  • Ceramic Dental Brackets
  • Corning
  • Feller Power Cords
  • Flow Sciences
  • GE Hitachi Nuclear
  • GE Aviation
  • Highland Roofing Company
  • HSM Machine Works
  • IKA
  • Master Machining
  • Mojotone
  • PaperFoam USA
  • Polyhose
  • Southern Industrial
  • Sturdy Corp.
  • Triosim
  • Wilmington Grill
  • Yogasleep

“Cape Fear Community College strives to provide citizens of New Hanover and Pender Counties with professional, technical, pre-baccalaureate, and life-long educational opportunities that support a skilled workforce and are responsive to the needs of local employers,” said CFCC President Jim Morton. “I encourage everyone to attend this event to learn about the many options available to CFCC students and to connect with local employers.”

Visit the Economic and Workforce Development site for more information about workforce development programs available at CFCC.

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