WAYNESFIELD — Students from the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math program at Waynesfield-Goshen High School visited Crown Equipment Corp., in New Bremen, on Feb. 15.
Crown is the fourth-largest manufacturer of powered industrial forklift trucks in the world. The manufacturing facility is an example of STEM careers that are available to local talent.
Students that experienced the tour included Stephen Andrews, Emily Blanchfield, Cathleen Case, Craig Cassidy, Jarrod Danner, Wes Eller, Caleb Garee, Ceasar Gossard, Mercedez Gossard, Jen Griffin, Mike Hamby, Haeley Hefner, Faith Hennon, Bob Kitzmiller, Grace Little, Taylor Parker, Joel Rickle, Gauge Rumer, Gavin Schneider, Jaelyn Schultz, Kyle Searson, Landan Siebeneck and Blake Youtsey.
The tour was brought about by the Link Lima workforce development framework and Site Visit program hosted by the Allen Economic Development Group. These programs help connect employers with available and upcoming talent.