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HCC engineering

By Clip Syndicate
Sarah Gisriel reports Video: HCC engineering
Sarah Gisriel reports Thu, 06 Apr 2017 22:41:17 +0000 HCC engineering Sarah Gisriel reports WHAG considered one of the most demanding fields of study - in college -- but what happens when students get into the real world? hagerstown community college and j-l-g industries partnered this afternoon - to help cut down -- on the mystery of life after college. << stefan eshleman, senior design engineer, jlg: "a lot of people look at engineering as a very daunting task where everything has to be correct and precise, so, to be able to share that engineers are people too, they make mistakes sometimes. it is achievable." sarah gisriel: jlg industries partnered with hagerstown community college on thursday to show students the light at the end of the tunnel, and what careers are available to students graduating with a two-year mass manufacturing degree. ed bass, program manager, advanced manufacturing systems: "we are here to serve the local industries that want to hire technicians with qualificaitons like these. in fact, they've comt to us saying we can't find people trained the way we need them trained." sarah gisriel: the program is still in it's infacy stages -- it was implemented last year, but professors say they have accomplished a lot in their two years. ed bass, program manager, advanced manufacturing systems: "to develop a curriculum and laboratories to teach engineering techonology for mass manufacturing systems. so, that includes things like robotics, automation, 3d printing." sarah gisriel: engineer at jlg says hcc's proram stands out in a number of ways. joan lasalle, senior chief engineer, jlg: "i am impressed with their advanced manufacturing program, and i'm looking forward to taking that information back of the offerings they have here at the college." sarah gisriel: but their partnership didn't stop at the seminar, jlg and hcc have a working relationship to supply more estrogen in a male dominated field. joan lasalle, senior chief engineer, jlg: "in the summer, we do work with hagerstown college with their girls exploring engineering program. we take them down into our office, and we give them a few hours of engineering interaction." sarah gisriel: reporting in hagerstown, sarah gisriel, whag news. >> tasmin: still to come tonight on whag news at six.... tasmin: still to come tonight

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