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The Four Cities Compact: Schools Collaborate to Provide Opportunity – Part 2

Author: SME Education Foundation

In part 2 of our series on the SME PRIME program at The Four Cities Compact schools in Ohio you’ll read more about the passionate instructors and the energetic young minds charting their career path in the manufacturing and engineering industries.

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Ford Next Generation Learning and SME PRIME: Synergy and Connection

Author: SME Education Foundation

Ford NGL partnered with the SME Education Foundation through a Ford Motor Company Fund investment to develop an SME PRIME (Partnership Response In Manufacturing Education) curriculum at Romeo High School in Romeo, Michigan.

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The Four Cities Compact: Schools Collaborate to Provide Opportunity – Part 1

Author: SME Education Foundation

The SME PRIME schools (Barberton High School, Copley High School, Norton High School and Wadsworth High School) provide high school students with access to relevant curricula, modern equipment and qualified, engaged instructors to inspire and prepare them for pursuit of career opportunities within manufacturing.

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Fraser High School: Fraser, Michigan

Author: SME Education Foundation

Students at Fraser High School in Macomb County, Michigan gain hands-on manufacturing experience training with modern equipment and learn about technologies, and processes with tailored curriculum informed by a collaboration of engaged manufacturers, involved community partners and the SME Education Foundation.

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Dominion Technologies Group, Inc.: Roseville, Michigan

Author: SME Education Foundation

Dominion Technologies Group, Inc., is one of the forward-thinking Macomb County, Michigan, businesses that partnered with the SME Education Foundation to develop an SME PRIME school program at Fraser High School in Fraser, Michigan. Read more about Dominion in this SME PRIME Highlight.