Jonathan Maas came to Forsyth Tech in 2004, right out of high school. His plan was to get his Associate degree and then transfer to a four-year university, but it didn’t work out that way.
A roundtable at Forsyth Technical College sought to educate students about the opportunities in the industry
“When I order something online, I am not thinking about how it gets to me, I just want it to get to me,’’ said Marsha Vacirca, an employee with MercuryGate International, a company that makes logistics software.
On April 6, a group of students from North Stokes High School, South Stokes High School, and West Stokes High School had the opportunity to tour the Advanced Manufacturing facility at Forsyth Tech Community College to promote Advanced Manufacturing S.T.E.M. week. These students were greeted by Eddie Waddell who is over recruiting for the college and Todd Bishop: Program Coordinator for Mechanical Engineering, Technology, Drafting, and Design. The students toured the interior design, drafting, architectural design, graphic design, machining, and electronics facilities.