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Students in this pathway participate in hands-on engineering and manufacturing activities and projects. You’ll learn the foundational skills needed to design products, safely operate a wide variety of tools and machines, and assemble parts to bring your ideas to life. Students will continually build upon the skills they develop, adding in industry certifications, worksite experience, and ultimately work in a registered apprenticeship. With these skills students can move right into the workforce as a CNC operator, earn certifications or two-year degrees to become technicians, or go to a four-year university to become an engineer.