A Career-Oriented School District Makes a Big Impact

Robert Parks is an Engineering Design teacher at Temescal Canyon High School in Lake Elsinore, California. In an article he contributed to Manufacturing Engineering magazine’s Workforce Pipeline, Robert talks about the advantages students in Elsinore have living in a school district that supports career-oriented programs.

Temescal Canyon High School coordinates classroom instruction across STEM and STEAM disciplines, with a first-class machine shop available for skills development through applied learning. The school boasts a CAD/CAM lab with state-of-the-art software like Mastercam and SOLIDWORKS® and a curriculum that promotes skills training for solid career paths.

You can read more about the extraordinary program at Temescal Canyon High School in the article: HS Students ‘Pedal’ Towards Manufacturing Jobs.

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