Students interested in careers in manufacturing and engineering have spent much of October visiting manufacturers and seeing first-hand what they have been learning in the classroom.
As part of the Manufacturing Association of Central New York’s Manufacturing Career Day students traveled to Bristol Myers Squibb, a global biopharmaceutical company in Syracuse.
Students also toured Cryomech, a Syracuse company which manufactures cryorefrigerators. Its products are tested, proven and in use all over the world.
Gear Motions Nixon Gear Division on Milton Avenue in Syracuse also welcomed in OCC students. They were given a guided tour of the facility and observed processes such as milling, drilling, gear grinding and gear milling.
Professor’s Robert Latham and Robert Tanchak of the Mechanical Technology department organized the educational field trips.