Interact, Learn & Discover
Manufacturing Career Day is an interactive educational program that is centered around the fields of Manufacturing for high school students at all levels. Students participate in a one-day session designed to gain exposure to business leaders, hear from Raven team members, and explore real-life applications of the various disciplines of Manufacturing.
Manufacturing Career Day is tailored for students who are good with their hands and enjoy solving problems. Candidates may have an interest in manufacturing operations or one of the following job types:
- Production Technician
- Production Supervisor
I definitely enjoyed the tours the most. I have always wondered what the manufacturing plants were like, and this program showed me everything I wished to see.— Manufacturing Career Day participant
Welcome from Raven Leadership
Participants are given guided tours of the manufacturing facilities for each of our operating divisions. In addition to seeing how product are built, students are also given an up-close look at the tools and equipment used — from manufacturing and testing to product repair.
Raven team members lead discussions on the various career paths within manufacturing operations. Students have the chance to hear about each team member's story, including:
- Current job roles and the projects they get to work on
- How much schooling was necessary for their position
- Growth opportunities available
We are thankful for the opportunity to have some of our students tour your facility. The tours provided students with an opportunity to see firsthand potential careers that they could pursue.
In addition to the variety of career opportunities for our students, they were also able to learn about the continuing education opportunities that Raven provides its employees.— Dan Conrad, Principal, Washington High School
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Interested in future Manufacturing Career Day opportunities?
Engineering Career Day
Raven also hosts a one-day event for students to explore careers in engineering. Interested?