MANUFACTURING: THE NEW GENERATION

Practical applications of academic concepts are certain to engage students’ interests in careers related to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Manufacturing: The New Generation will introduce students to these concepts and to related careers. Program features include:

  1. A 48-page student publication with articles that promote interest in STEM-related careers

  2. A Teaching Guide with 31 scenario-based student projects that integrate academic standards and
    career cluster knowledge and skills

  3. A career interest inventory, salary and education data and
    a pullout high school and postsecondary planning guide


Teaching Guide Highlights

Student projects in the teaching guide are organized by the Manufacturing Career Cluster pathways – Production; Manufacturing Production Process Development; Maintenance, Installation and Repair; Quality Assurance; Logistics and Inventory Control; and Health, Safety and Environmental Assurance. Features include:

  1. STEM-related and communication arts projects that give students the opportunity to analyze downtime costs, test oil, analyze shipping and more

  2. A General Attitude Survey

  3. A Performance Assessment and

  4. A Glossary that includes manufacturing terms for each cluster pathway


Integrated Standards and Skills

  1. Career Cluster Knowledge and Skills

  2. Communication Arts

  3. Entrepreneurship

  4. Mathematics

  5. Science

  6. Technology


Promotes critical-thinking, teamwork and other
21st-century skills

6701 W. 64th Street, Suite 210 • Overland Park, KS 66202 • 1-800-669-7795 • ccinfo@carcom.com

Available in

Digital Format

American Careers Program

Manufacturing:
The New Generation


Includes an online Teaching Guide with standards-based lessons

$270.00 per classroom set of 30

Item MFG10P (print) MFG10D (digital)

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