The International Woodworking Fair, which is North America’s largest global wood industry technology and design event, is contributing $12,500 in unrestricted funds to the Manufacturing Industry Learning Lab (MiLL | Colorado Springs, Colorado), for the advancement of its mission to promote a stronger trade workforce in Colorado.
Kent Roosevelt High School students learn CAD/CAM to create parts from wood, metal and plastic - even droids.
Sixth Edition of “Modern Cabinetmaking” adds interactive features and ties in with WCA skill standards.
ARCADIA, Wis. — Ashley Furniture Industries awarded more than $144,000 to enhance robotics education at local schools located near Ashley’s advanced manufacturing facilities throughout the country. Funds were awarded to schools based on their overall strategy for incorporating robotics into the K-12 classroom curriculum or extra-curricular competition programs.
NELLYSFORD, Va. – The Woodwork Career Alliance of North America has developed a pair of EDUcation credentials, giving woodworking students new opportunities to be recognized for expanding their skills.
The MiLL, a national training center in Colorado is helping to bridge the skills gap for today’s manufacturers while educating the next generation of leaders in the woodworking industry.
LOS ANGELES — The Harbor Freight Tools for Schools program has named 18 winners of its $1 million Harbor Freight Tools for Schools Prize for Teaching Excellence, including three grand prize winners from Colorado, Ohio and Virginia.