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Grads of LifeVoice: How To Inspire Students To Pursue Careers In Manufacturing

“Jeff, what can we do to increase the northeast Wisconsin’s four technical colleges’ capacity to prepare more students for careers in manufacturing?” a prominent manufacturer asked me over a decade ago. What better invitation for me to ask for more resources, including a sizable financial donation! However, I knew deep [...]
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