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Career & Technical Information Forum is Tuesday at Auburn Performing Arts Center

The City of Auburn presents the Career & Technical Information Forum on Tuesday, Nov. 6 at the Auburn Performing Arts Center, 702 Fourth St. NE.

Doors open at 8:30 a.m. for networking. The forum runs 9 to 11 a.m.

Learn how Auburn schools are training the workforce of the future and how your business can benefit. Instructors will discuss competencies and skills in each of the programs offered in the Auburn School District and how they can help fill staffing needs at your business.

Speakers include Mayor Nancy Backus; Lew Keliher, Auburn School District assistant director of Career and Technical Education; and career and technical education instructors.

The event includes program overviews by instructors in subjects including:

• Aerospace manufacturing

• Automotives

• Commercial art

• Construction manufacturing

• Culinary arts

• Electronics

• Engineering/architecture

• Marketing

• Sports medicine

Facility tours will also be provided by the instructors following the program.

CTE culinary students will provide a light breakfast.

Registration is requested, but not required (to assist with space and refreshment planning).

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