Earn and Learn: A Spotlight on Pathways with FAME
The National Association of Manufacturers, together with The Manufacturing Institute, has launched the Creators Wanted campaign, an unprecedented national effort to build the modern manufacturing workforce of tomorrow.
On February 24, The Gulf Coast Chapter of The Federation for Advanced Manufacturing Education (FAME) is kicking off in Panama City, Florida with Earn and Learn: A Spotlight on Pathways with FAME. Presented by The National Association of Manufacturers, The Manufacturing Institute and Trane Technologies, this program will tell you everything you need to know about the program and how you can get involved. Creators Wanted Host Aaron Smalls leads participants through an exciting and engaging program about FAME, the training programs available and the rewarding career opportunities in modern manufacturing.
Global Best Skills Training Program
FAME, within the MI, is the premier advanced manufacturing workforce development and education program. Founded by Toyota in 2010, FAME helps students become highly skilled, globally competitive, well-rounded and sought-after talent who can meet the unique needs and challenges of today’s modern manufacturing workforce.
FAME was founded by Toyota and is currently supported by The Manufacturing Institute.
- Creators Wanted Host, Aaron Smalls
- Brad Van Haitsma, Plant Manager of the Lynn Haven Trane Technologies CHVAC location
- Carolyn Lee, Executive Director of The Manufacturing Institute
- Luis Vazquez, FAME Student
How to Join
Tune in on Wednesday, February 24 at 12:30-1:00 p.m. EST/11:30 a.m.-12:00p.m. CST/9:30-10:00 a.m. PST on live.CreatorsWanted.org to participate.