ManuFest And More
Uncover the possibilities!
- Explore how things are made right in your own backyard
- Learn about career pathways in manufacturing including design, engineering, machinist, sales, marketing, customer service, accounting, and more.
- Meet area employers. Find out what they look for in future employees.
- Make connections for possible internships/ apprenticeships and hand-on experience!
- Students attend Expo and Demos.
Attendees will gain insight into the modern world of manufacturing and other high priority occupations. Careers in these sectors will be exposed for what they really are - creative, high-tech, and rewarding!
What’s in it for you?
Parents can learn about alternative post-high school career paths for students that offer excellent opportunities and do not require a burdensome financial investment.
Educators can find out about the latest careers awaiting students, as well as how to make connections between classroom learning and the real-life skills needed in today’s workplace
School students can meet area employers and connect with them about employment possibilities.
Take our student feedback survey so we can make next year's event even better!
ManuFest and More was held on March 12th, 2019 and included an expo of local and regional employers from the manufacturing industry and construction trades. Exhibitor demonstrations and hands-on activities highlighted the high paying jobs available in manufacturing and construction trades and the skills needed to obtain them. The event was attended by over 1,200 students along with parents and educators. Keep an eye out for ManuFest and More 2020!
Congratulations to the 26 raffle prize winners!
5th Annual ManuFest
The 5th Annual ManuFest was held on Saturday, March 10, 2018 at William Tennent High School. Forty-three companies and partners participated, 35 schools were represented, and there were 175 attendees. Topics presented included:
ManuFest Venue Sponsor: William Tennent High School
The 4th Annual ManuFest
The 4th Annual ManuFest was held at Montgomery County Community College (MC3) Central Campus on Saturday, March 11, 2017. Event partners that bring to light the advances in manufacturing and assist in building the pipeline of talent with the future workforce came together once again: Montgomery County Workforce Development Board (MontcoWorks), Bucks County Workforce Development Board (BucksWorks), Manufacturing Alliance of Bucks and Montgomery Counties, Montgomery County Community College, Montgomery County Commerce Department, and MidAtlantic Employers' Association (MEA).
To view a video of ManuFest 2017, visit https://vimeo.com/253496264
ManuFest Venue Sponsor: Montgomery County Community College