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The past two Saturdays, area youth have been busy learning about coding, electronic circuits, robots, 3D printing and other topics during Tinkering Takeovers. Funding is through the Institute of Museum and Library Services Grant, with Imagination Station, Lucas County Public Library and Northwest State Community College working as partners in the program. The series concludes on October 23 at the Mott Branch Library in Toledo.
NSCC is seeking qualified, part-time industrial technologies instructors. Northwest State Community College's Workforce Development Division, Custom Training Solutions, has an immediate need for instructors with the following skills: fluid power systems (hydraulics & pneumatics); industrial mechanical & electrical; CNC and machining; automation; robotics; electrical prints; and AutoCAD, Solidworks and AutoDesk software and troubleshooting. The qualified applicant must have a high school diploma or GED. Associate degree and/or equivalent experience preferred. Interested candidates who are ready to give back and teach these in-demand skills can contact Tori Atkinson, director of workforce development at 419-267-1219.
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TechTuesday webinars are held monthly, normally on the first Tuesday. They are a chance for you to sample our virtual learning platform while gaining a usable skill in a short period of time. These free webinars are found under the Computer Software category.