Return to Headlines

Manufacturing camp introduces Cleveland students to exciting career opportunities (Video)





There isn't a big difference between making steel and making ice cream. Don't believe it? Just ask the sixth-, seventh- and eighth-graders who attended a recent Manufacturing Summer Camp at Max S. Hayes High School. The students participated in fun hands-on activities to learn how to be successful in the manufacturing field. From a tour of Mitchell's Ice Cream to soldering toys to making paper sculptures and working in Cleveland State University's new engineering facility, they learned it's never too early to start building their futures.