...Daley, 7500 S. Pulaski, will focus on advanced manufacturing, with help from such private sector partners as Solo Cup, Arrow Gear, Northstar Aerospace, UPS and WaterSaver Faucet.
Advanced manufacturing students will be trained in two disciplines that rely heavily on math to direct and maintain computer-guided heavy machinery. After completing certification, they can earn anywhere from $10- to $23-an-hour. Students graduating with associate’s degrees in manufacturing can reach $32-an-hour.
Daley is the only school in Illinois with two high-tech welding machines that give students access to hands-on training, and the school recently acquired another machine that allows students to practice welding virtually...
Read full story at Southtown Star