How To Grow A Plant In Your Child’s Brain

Written by:  Ted Fletcher, Executive Recruiter

It’s an odd title, but one must do what one can in order to draw interest in the meat of a post.  But the title says it all when looking at it through the lens of manufacturing.

What’s So Cool About Manufacturing?

The link to the short article above “What’s So Cool About Manufacturing?” shows how some geographically-related manufacturing plants are exposing local, young students to the world of manufacturing AND getting some traction. Kid Engineering3 Manufacturing can be the “cool” career your child hasn’t even thought of.  It IS cool…and broad in application…and well-paying…and challenging…and affecting each of us in one way or another every single day of our lives (if you happen to live in a house, drive a car, eat food, wear clothes, etc.).

And when your child gets that engineering degree, send them to us.  Here at TYGES International, we function as the bridge connecting fabulous manufacturing professionals with our clients all over the U.S. (and even internationally).

If YOU are a manufacturing professional, we’d love to meet you.

I encourage your feedback and would enjoy helping being a “Career Coach” for you.  You can learn more about me HERE, also you can follow me on LinkedIn and/or on Twitter as I focus on helping make good things happen to other people. Learn more about TYGES at www.TYGES.com, on Twitter @TYGESInt, or here on our blog.

Our mission is simple:

We’re here to make good things happen to other people.

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