Pilot students for Metalworking Cluster Starts their Immersion Phase

This summer, the Metal Working Technology students of San Pedro Relocation Center National High School underwent a 300 hour immersion in partner companies to practice the theories and skills they learned in school and to familiarize themselves with a real working environment. The students will have a longer immersion phase (800 -hours) this October.

Participating companies include: BAG Electronics, Inc., Rollmaster Machinery Industrial Services Corp., TUV Rheinland Philippines, Inc., Samso-Tite Plastics Inc. and Stamp Form Metalworks, Inc.

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