Each day 10,000 baby boomers turn 65 and getting closer and closer to retirement. On top of that, historically, manufacturing workers have the longest tenure of any other sector. The skills and knowledge that these workers hold is invaluable.
Siemens Cooperates with Education
The importance of filling the workforce gap that will be created in manufacturing is immense. Schools and manufacturers must work together to attract the next generation of workers to STEM education and careers. In addition, they must create partnerships to ensure STEM students are receiving best in class training to be job-ready.
Siemens Cooperates with Education (SCE) partners with education institutions to train educators, build out automation curriculum and to provide access to hardware found in manufacturing facilities. Our team’s goal is to get students excited about STEM and to help schools prepare students for their future careers.
Siemens is proud of the SCE program and the partnerships forged. To read more on how Siemens is filling the skills gap to prepare the next generation, visit: https://www.techedmagazine.com/siemens-partners-with-educators-to-fill-industry-skill-gaps/.
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