Manufacturing for Teachers and Students

Learn more about what careers are available in manufacturing and what you can do to prepare yourself while you're still in high school.

Students get an inside look into the world of advanced manufacturing and the exciting career possibilities available to them.

What Careers Are Available?

PRODUCTION TEAM MEMBER

PRODUCTION TEAM MEMBER

Help build some of the world's best appliances while building your career in manufacturing. This entry–level role is a great way to start working right out of high school, and can lead to more career opportunities.

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ADVANCED MANUFACTURING TECHNICIAN

ADVANCED MANUFACTURING TECHNICIAN

Combine college coursework with paid, on–the–job training through a two–year, earn–and–learn program like Greater Louisville's KYFAME Advanced Manufacturing Technician (AMT) Program.

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ENGINEER

ENGINEER

GE Appliances offers a world of possibilities to college students like amazing Co–Op and Development Programs, designed for those with a passion for technology and a drive to excel.

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Learn More About Careers in Manufacturing

Prepare For A Career in Manufacturing

Study subjects like...

Math, Science, Robotics, & Welding

Ask your school about joining these programs...
  • Skills USA
  • Project Lead the Way
  • Robotics Club
  • Student Technology Leadership Program
  • Technology Student Association
Consider a high school that provides one of these tech–related career pathways...
  • Manufacturing Engineering Technology Technician
  • Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Programmer
  • Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Operator
  • Machinist Technician
  • Machinist Operator
  • Maintenance Mechanic

For more information of activities and programs, check out Makerminded and Manufacture Your Future

Manufacturing Makes a Comeback

  • What Manufacturing Means To America

    Hear what manufacturing means to people who work in Kentucky factories.

  • Manufacturing: your future?

    Millenials' thoughts on manufacturing.

  • A future for veterans in manufacturing

    Hear about the unique skills veterans bring to manufacturing.

Learn about careers in manufacturing at GE Appliances by visiting

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