ASHEBORO (May 17, 2019)
Randolph Community College, Asheboro City Schools, and the Randolph County School System are teaming up for an Advanced Manufacturing Pathway (AMP) Summit on Tuesday, May 21, from 1-3 p.m. in the JB & Claire Davis Corporate Training Center in the Continuing Education and Industrial Center on the Asheboro Campus.
Several speakers will share what has developed out of the Pathways to Prosperity Advanced Manufacturing Technology Pathway that was released in January 2015. The presenters include RCC Pathways Activities Coordinator Stacey Miller, Elastic Therapy Inc.’s Chris Harrington and Rocky Lewis, Randleman High School Assistant Principal Emily Stevenson, Uwharrie Ridge’s Sarah Fuller, Asheboro High School’s Wes Berrier, Mireida Perez-Cortez, and Sarah Beth Robbins; RCSS Career & Technical Education Director Nancy Cross, and RCC Vice President of Instructional Services Suzanne Rohrbaugh.
There also will be a State of Manufacturing Panel with Chris Harrington of Elastic Therapy, Inc.; Margaret Brown of PEMMCO, and Hillary Walser of Jowat Adhesives.
RCC President Dr. Robert Shackleford Jr. will give the welcome.
The summit is free to attend.
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