Make the Future™ Connecting Girls to Manufacturing

Eva, Sessy, Crystal, Maria, Audrey, Nicol, and their classmates are learning to be skilled technicians in advanced manufacturing.
They maintain equipment and computer systems that keep our power on and automobile and food production lines working.
They love to take things apart and solve problems.
They take chances. They believe in themselves and each other.
They believe you can do it, too.

See how women use creativity, teamwork, and make a difference in advanced manufacturing

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Meet the women of AMT (advanced manufacturing technician), classes of 2020 and 2021

I feel I’m making a difference in the world.

Lisa Maciel, AMT student

It surprises me how much I’ve accomplished at this age.

Daniela Avila, AMT student, (less than 2 years after graduating high school)

Using creativity at work is at least 65% of my job.

Lexis Ratto, AMT student

Stats and insights

Want to learn about advanced manufacturing careers?

  1. Talk to your school counselor or CTE, math, or science teacher.
  2. Search manufacturing internships and apprenticeships in your town.
  3. Visit FAME USA, Women in Manufacturing, Society of Manufacturing Engineers local chapters

    Parents and educators: Visit Make the Future for additional tools.



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