Steelworker for the Future Program Launched in Central Pennsylvania
ArcelorMittal Steelton and the United Steelworkers Local 1688, in partnership with Penn State Harrisburg and Penn State York, have launched a Steelworker for the Future program in Central Pennsylvania.
Steelworker for the Future is an associate degree program, along with advanced industrial credit certificates, designed to prepare students for high-tech, well-paying careers in the steel or manufacturing industry.
“Steelworker for the Future plays an important role in developing a skilled workforce that will continue to deliver on ArcelorMittal’s critical mission of producing safe, sustainable steel in the years to come,” said David Wirick, general manager, ArcelorMittal Steelton.
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