There are incredible opportunities for students in careers that intersect with automation technology. And these jobs span across multiple industries like manufacturing, agriculture, logistics, even healthcare. These are high-skilled, high-paying jobs that resonate with our hands-on, kinesthetic learners.
The need for technical education has never been greater, and employers are ready and willing to partner with their local school districts to get more robotics curriculum into the classroom.
This one-day event that will bring together K-12 educators, technical and community colleges, and industrial employers to see how we can all work together to provide more hands-on automation education for our students interested in these pathways.
Thursday, November 2nd
Dunwoody College of Technology (Minneapolis, MN)
The event will run 9am-3pm at Dunwoody, followed by a networking reception at Delkor Systems from 3:30-5:30pm.
This event is free to all educators and industrial employers! We just ask that you register ahead of time using the link below:
We'll have leaders from K-12 and post-secondary education share best practices, hear about workforce trends and career opportunities from employers, get a tour of Dunwoody's automation labs, and give you a chance to ask questions and learn as much as possible. Lunch will be provided. You don't want to miss this event!
President of LAB Midwest and Host of The TechEd Podcast
Executive Director, CERT Education Program at FANUC America
Dean, Advanced Manufacturing and Robotics at Dunwoody College of Technology
Director of CNC Education and Workforce Development at FANUC America
Technology Education Teacher at New Berlin Eisenhower High School
Training Engineer at Delkor Systems