East Bay students get look at possible manufacturing careers

Some 250 high school students in the Contra Costa County Career Technical Education/Regional Occupational Program visited modern industrial businesses on Oct. 6, in observation of Manufacturing Day.

Mt. Diablo Unified School District students are among those in the county who attend CTE/ROP engineering/industrial-related courses. Through a partnership with Earn and Learn East Bay and the Contra Costa Office of Education (CCCOE) students received a first-hand look at their hosts’ manufacturing operations and possible career opportunities.

Ygnacio Valley students from Concord visited QuickMount PV, a manufacturer of solar roof mounts, in Walnut Creek, and Concord-based Fresenius, a medical equipment manufacturer, was visited by students from Deer Valley High School in Antioch.

Click here to read the entire Staff Report published on the East Bay Times website.

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