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The Manufacturing Career Cluster incorporates six pathways: 1) Production; 2) Manufacturing Production Process Development; 3) Maintenance, Installation & Repair; 4) Quality Assurance; 5) Logistics & Inventory Control, and 6) Health, Safety & Environmental Assurance. Hundreds of manufacturing educational opportunities in a variety of trades and programs are offered throughout the state in school districts, colleges and universities.

Manufacturing infographic (PDF)

Program Planning Resources


Career and Technical Student Organizations

Teacher/ Educator Professional Organizations

Instructional & Related Resources

For additional information about the Manufacturing Career Cluster, contact Robert "Bob" Blevins, State Supervisor for Manufacturing Education, 850-245-9015.