Made In Henderson County

October 2013 Student Tour at MeritorOctober 2013 Student Tour at Meritor
October 2013 Student Tour at MeritorOctober 2013 Student Tour at Meritor
October 2013 Student Tour at MeritorOctober 2013 Student Tour at Meritor
October 2013 Student Tour at MeritorOctober 2013 Student Tour at Meritor
October 2013 Student Tour at ElkametOctober 2013 Student Tour at Elkamet
October 2013 Student Tour at WilsonartOctober 2013 Student Tour at Wilsonart
October 2013 Student Tour at WilsonartOctober 2013 Student Tour at Wilsonart
CTE Staff tour at Clement PappasCTE Staff tour at Clement Pappas
October 2013 Student Tour at MeritorOctober 2013 Student Tour at Meritor
April 2014 Student Tour at SMARTRACApril 2014 Student Tour at SMARTRAC
April 2014 Student Tour at ElkametApril 2014 Student Tour at Elkamet
April 2014 Student Tour at Legacy PaddlesportsApril 2014 Student Tour at Legacy Paddlesports
April 2014 Student Tour at SMARTRACApril 2014 Student Tour at SMARTRAC
April 2014 Student Tour at ElkametApril 2014 Student Tour at Elkamet
April 2014 Student Tour at Legacy PaddlesportsApril 2014 Student Tour at Legacy Paddlesports
April 2014 Student Tour at SMARTRACApril 2014 Student Tour at SMARTRAC
April 2014 Student Tour at ElkametApril 2014 Student Tour at Elkamet
April 2014 Student Tour at ElkametApril 2014 Student Tour at Elkamet
April 2014 Student Tour at SMARTRACApril 2014 Student Tour at SMARTRAC
April 2014 Student Tour at ElkametApril 2014 Student Tour at Elkamet
April 2014 Student Tour at Legacy PaddlesportsApril 2014 Student Tour at Legacy Paddlesports
April 2014 Student Tour at Legacy PaddlesportsApril 2014 Student Tour at Legacy Paddlesports

Made in Henderson County is a coordinated effort established to enhance the connection between manufacturing businesses and the Henderson County Public School system, while telling the story of manufacturing, the products that are made here and the people who make them. Whether by hand or machine, when products are made in Henderson County, we all benefit from the investment made and the jobs created.

Henderson County’s 140 manufacturers employ over 5,300 people, representing 15% of our workforce, and average wages in excess of $53,000/year. The effort to enhance connectivity between manufacturing businesses and the school system is focused on raising the visibility of manufacturing as a viable career path to ensure that Henderson County students have diverse employment opportunities in the community, and manufacturing businesses have access to skilled, local talent.

Many people assume that all manufacturing employment positions are exclusively production related, but the truth is that there is great diversity in today’s industrial workspace. Logistics, human resources, finance, assembly, and engineering are just a few of the employment and education sectors that you might find in today’s manufacturing environment.

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