1/11/2013

Video: Meet a Manufacturing Engineer

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An engineer with GE Aviation describes the work she does and why she finds her field rewarding.

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Rebecca Miller, a quality control engineer with GE Aviation, describes the work of manufacturing engineering and the reasons why she finds her field rewarding. The SME Education Foundation, AMT—the Association For Manufacturing Technology, and Modern Machine Shop collaborated to produce and distribute this video as part of an effort to help educators explain manufacturing careers to young people. The video is being sent on DVD, along with a discussion guide, to about 4,800 middle schools and high schools. Filming and video production by Creative Technology Corp.

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