Opportunities for Job Seekers and Makers

Making Your Future — Not Just a Living

Thousands of manufacturing companies in Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio are eager to employ adults who enjoy working with their hands and solving problems. The term “maker” refers to anyone who likes to create something new. This can apply to every person but especially those who have a passion to: build, bake, weld, paint, code, assemble, carve, design, etc.

That drive within a person to make can also be satisfied with a career in manufacturing. Some of the most in-demand jobs are makers: machinists, mechanics, engineers, assemblers, welders, and many more. These jobs often will need some training or certification but most do not require a four-year degree. This website was created to help job seekers find opportunities in Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio. Here, visitors will learn about career paths and programs that align their interests and skill levels.

High Priority, In-Demand Manufacturing Jobs

  • CNC Operator
  • Electrical Engineer
  • First Line Supervisor of Production Workers
  • Industrial Machinery Mechanic
  • Machinist
  • Mechanical/Manufacturing Engineer
  • Sales Engineer
  • Welder

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Take a Self-Assessment
Discover careers that match skills, interests, or values through assessment tools and research.
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Participate in Training & Earn Credentials

Enhance your knowledge and expand upon your maker skills to align with new manufacturing careers.
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Begin an Apprenticeship
Learn about apprenticeships, certificate programs, and college degrees that will prepare you for a job in a high-demand career path.
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Locate a Maker Space
As hubs of creativity and innovation, maker spaces provide the perfect environment to build upon new ideas and hone core manufacturing skills.
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Find a Job

Research thousands of jobs currently available in manufacturing. Sort and filter by location, title, salary and more.
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