Manufacturing, Warehousing and Merchandising

Overview

Jergens

The Cleveland area offers many career opportunities in the manufacturing sector!  The Jergens-CEVEC partnership is the first ever in the country, and offers students either a half day experience, or a full day (1 year) experience for those students with the desire for employment  in the manufacturing area.  Students learn through 9 hands-on rotations, as well as learning modules through Tooling University.


Stakes Manufacturing

CEVEC is in a proud Career Exploration partnership with Stakes Manufacturing. Stakes is a company located in Eastlake Ohio and is Tee shirt/Athletic apparel screen print company. CEVEC students participate in one of our 2 daily have day programs. 

The work shift lasts 1 and half hours and consists of various job rotations and mentorship opportunities around the plant. 


Students are exposed to the safety and work requirements of a working business and learn the skills needed to be independent for periods of time. Students are exposed to rotations that include, shipping and receiving, environmental services, order picking, fulfillment, material handling, inspection and prep/packaging. 


All students are matched with mentors to learn their specific job rotation and on the job training with all of the real world expectation applied. Students are given a environment to learn, make mistakes and become independent as possible. The team approach at Stakes is a valued skill that are instilled in our students and it vital to independent career paths.


Manufacturing Skill Training

Jergens Manufacturing

    This very unique program gives students an introduction to the manufacturing industry, which is a growing career path with many opportunities. Jergens is an international company with business interests all over the world. Jergens gives students a firsthand look at how business is integrated into the world of economy.  
    The students in the program are trained and mentored in the process of manufacturing and the complexities of the industry. Students will learn how raw material enters the plant and transformed into tools, pins, fasteners, bushings and many other metal-based industrial parts vital to the world economy. They will get firsthand knowledge of manufacturing procedures, rules, safety and expectations of a fast paced world of high standards. 
    Students will be trained in up to 5 rotations within the plant with expert mentors developing the skills essential for this sector.  The rotations include shipping and receiving, outside processing, assembly, material handling, gauging, blue print reading operation and assisting in the CNC process (machining) and computer based learning of global manufacturing. Students will also have opportunity to assistant in accounting and human resources departments.  Throughout these extended rotations, students will work along side mentors giving them basic skills that can be transferred to many different manufacturing settings.
   Students will be given computer-based certificate training in the manufacturing process. Students who complete this training can take the industry-recognized certificates as tangible results of their experience. Upon successful completion of program, students will have a diverse resume and portfolio ready to enter the workforce.

Stakes Manufacturing

CEVEC is in a proud Career Exploration partnership with Stakes Manufacturing. Stakes is a company located in Eastlake Ohio and is Tee shirt/Athletic apparel screen print company. CEVEC students participate in one of our 2 daily have day programs. The work shift lasts 1 and half hours and consists of various job rotations and mentorship opportunities around the plant. Students are exposed to the safety and work requirements of a working business and learn the skills needed to be independent for periods of time. Students are exposed to rotations that include, shipping and receiving, environmental services, order picking, fulfillment, material handling, inspection and prep/packaging. All students are matched with mentors to learn their specific job rotation and on the job training with all of the real world expectation applied. Students are given a environment to learn, make mistakes and become independent as possible. The team approach at Stakes is a valued skill that are instilled in our students and it vital to independent career paths.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Mike Krenisky
Job Training Coordinator
C: 440-487-9452
E-mail: mkrenisky@mayfieldschools.org

Para-professionals:
Bob Prendergast
Laura Legan

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