High-school students to operate manufacturing business

Some high-school students in a Wisconsin district soon will learn first-hand about the business and production sides of manufacturing. The students will operate a manufacturing business called Bay Link Manufacturing, through a partnership between the Green Bay School District, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College and the N.E.W. Manufacturing Alliance. Students will take orders and make items for local businesses, while also dealing with deadlines, scheduling and customer relations.

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