The Manufacturing Day event at Chaffey College InTech Center drew hundreds of local students who explored careers in welding, industrial electrical and mechanical, and automatons and robotics.
Chaffey High School junior Leilani Anaya said she became interested in welding by accident because the elective class she wanted to take — forensic science — was full. But after taking welding several times, she found her passion. Getting a tour of InTech and taking a closer look at career possibilities was a bonus. “I want to work here,” she said.
“Events like this are important not only for students, but also our regional workforce,” said Chaffey College Superintendent/President Henry D. Shannon. “This is a great opportunity to give our area high school students a glimpse of career paths they can consider.”
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