2023 Nuts, Bolts, and Thingamajigs Manufacturing Camp
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Join in on the fun! Jackson College’s Nuts, Bolts, and Thingamajigs camp is the place to be! Cost includes lunch and t-shirt.
Projects include: running Milling Machines, Lathe turning machines, Fabrication and Welding along with hand tools and small power equipment.
Grades: 5th, 6th, 7th, & 8th
Location: Jackson College STEAM Factory
When: July 31 - Aug 4.
Time: 9 - 2pm. Check in each day will start at 8:45am. Please promptly pick up your student at 2pm.
The camp starts each day at 9:00 AM and runs through to 2:00 PM with lunch provided. We will also have a tour of a local Advanced Manufacturing facility, Technique, Inc., for students to see firsthand the ways High Tech is being used in great careers that don’t require a college degree. In the camp students will be running Milling Machines; Lathe turning machines; Fabrication and Welding along with hand tools and small power equipment. There will be three main projects along with a curriculum designed to introduce them to Entrepreneurship and the advantages an Advanced Manufacturing business brings to a community. We will also have a virtual visit from a major High-Tech company, Trumpf, Inc to show students how High-Tech Metal Fabrication is transforming the industry.
A full refund will be given to students/participants who officially drop the course by 5 pm at least 10 business days prior to the first class meeting, and a half refund thereafter. Business days do not include weekends or holidays. A student’s failure to attend does not constitute an official drop and no refunds will be granted.
The 2023 Nuts, Bolts, and Thingamajigs Camp is taught by a local instructor! Check out his bio below…
My name is Albert Rossner, and I’m married and have four children with my wife, Holly. We have lived in Jackson County since 1996. All of our children graduated from Parma Western schools and received advanced college degrees. Our oldest graduated from Jackson College in the Nursing program and now resides in Greenville, NC as a Nurse Practitioner for a Cardiac Thoracic Surgeon. I’ve taught for over 30 years in the field of Advanced Manufacturing and Automation Robotics. Most recently I was a High School teacher at Northwest High School for their STEM program working directly with Technique, Inc. At Jackson College, I plan to develop a more advanced program that incorporates High Tech, High Skill programs that lead to High Wage careers in Advanced Manufacturing, Automation and Robotics through Industry 4.0 Advancements alongside many Jackson, Hillsdale, and Lenawee county employers.
Sponsored by CCE, ShopRat, Technique, Inc, & Alro Steel