Forge supervisor Brian Conley and Apprentice and Intern Coordinator Zachary Ford spoke to several dozen students about the career opportunities at the metal forming and forging business.
Scot Forge has a plant in Clinton, Wisconsin, and an apprenticeship partnership with Clinton High School.
Students were able to ask questions about the company, what they do there, and see a video showing some of the many industrial metal products made by the company for a variety of clients from throughout the world.
Through the Youth Apprenticeship Program and developing community partnerships, the district is working to provide students with more hands-on and real-life experiences with local businesses and employers. Students also been able to visit and tour several area manufacturers earlier this school year.