Eleva-Strum High School Student Run Business
W23597 US Hwy. 10
Strum , WI 54770 US
As Seen In Modern Machine Shop
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This replicable student-run business model offers promise not only in terms of workforce development, but also in potentially lowering U.S. manufacturing costs.
Q&A with Cardinal Manufacturing
A Wisconsin high school manufacturing class funds itself by operating as a business. The program provides a model for other school systems seeking to advance manufacturing instruction. Leaders in one Ohio county recently explored this idea.
Video: Update on Cardinal Manufacturing
State legislators produced this video promoting the Wisconsin high school shop program run as a for-profit business. See the shop for yourself at an open house May 18.
Video: Wisconsin Governor Visits Cardinal Manufacturing
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker recently toured Cardinal Manufacturing, the Eleva-Strum High School manufacturing program that operates as a commercial manufacturing business.
Does This School Have the Formula for Mfg Education?
A high school in Wisconsin runs its manufacturing vocational program as a business. Students make parts for paying customers. The program is thriving, cash flow is strong, and local manufacturers can now hire recent graduates who already have experience in meeting customer demands.
Video: Perspectives on Cardinal Manufacturing
An innovative high school vocational manufacturing program has students doing production work for paying customers.