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In an effort to boost interest in manufacturing careers, the National Association of Manufacturers has developed a multimedia educational program it is distributing free of charge to junior and senior high schools across the country.
“Make It! America” is a CD-ROM program that lets students experience the manufacturing world firsthand. It includes multimedia tours of three top industrial corporations, on-the-job simulations and a careers data base.
For more information, call NAM at 202-637-3000.


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