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About the NEI Campaign

The National Educational Initiative creates a bridge between present industry needs and future educational priorities by injecting content, partnerships, and messaging that redefines the image and importance of manufacturing in America.  

The need for a skilled workforce has reestablished itself with the continued relocation and expansion of American and foreign manufacturers in the US. This manufacturing renaissance in America requires an educated workforce with the skills and knowledge to do the job.

In order to connect every student in America to manufacturing the National Educational Initiative will develop an emotional and cognitive connection to manufacturing by…Read more...

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IMG_0019 THE NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL INITIATIVE CHOOSES ED CURTIS, CEO OF YTEXAS, TO INTRODUCE THE NEI TO TEXAS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                              04-15-2015THE NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL INITIATIVE CHOOSES ED CURTIS, CEO OF YTEXAS, TO INTRODUCE THE NEI TO TEXASPartnership to redefine ...

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claven-591 “Cheers” star and manufacturing supporter John Ratzenberger donates $1 million to bring shop classes to Georgia schools

Remember back when we baby boomers were in high school and there were classes in shop and VoAg (vocational agriculture)? ...

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claven-591 “Cheers” star and manufacturing supporter John Ratzenberger donates $1 million to bring shop classes to Georgia schools

Remember back when we baby boomers were in high school and there were classes in shop and VoAg (vocational agriculture)? ...

posted by admin