Consider a Virtual Event this MFG Day

Looking for additional ways to engage with students? If a facility tour doesn’t work for your schedule, consider creating a video for this year’s Manufacturing Day℠ (MFG Day)! Even though MFG Day is October 6th, this option allows for continued and broader promotion by creating a shareable experience. To date, over 30 videos have been generated and circulated by companies, educational institutions and students.

To participate, determine what you’d like to share with your audience and record a video. Upload your video to YouTube and send a link using the MFG Day site’s Success Story form.

For ideas on what type of video to create, view past and present Virtual Events to see what other organizations across the nation have used to inspire the next generation of manufacturers.

We can help promote your video by distributing it to our education partners. Contact Stephanie at to get started.

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