Automate 2023 Announces Program for Workforce Development Day

ANN ARBOR, Mich., May 4, 2023 ~ The Association for Advancing Automation (A3) has announced that its Workforce Development Day will take place on Thursday, May 25 during Automate in Detroit. This event is designed to provide students ages 12 and up, instructors, and parents with the opportunity to learn more about top technologies and careers within automation and robotics across leading industries.

According to Deb Kling, vice president of A3, "While some sectors are experiencing employment declines, new jobs in automation and robotics continue to increase. By attending Workforce Development Day, young professionals, parents and educators can discover exciting career paths they might not have otherwise thought about and meet with industry professionals from leading companies."

At this year's Automate Show, students attending Workforce Development Day will be able to participate in free guided tours of the show floor throughout the day. During these tours, they will be able to see the latest technologies on display, learn more about pursuing a career in automation and share their resumes with select companies exhibiting at the show. Those interested can sign up for a tour by completing the required form by Friday, May 12.

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In addition to this offering for students, A3 is hosting an Educator Networking Luncheon from 12:30-2:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 25. This luncheon will feature discussions with key leaders in the industry focused on the latest trends, workforce development, educational equipment, curriculum and more. It is free for educators who are employed by a school or institution that supports student academic training and achievement (including secondary schools, career technical centers, colleges/universities). To apply for a spot at this luncheon individuals must complete the required form by Friday May 12th; space is limited and subject to approval.

Automate 2023 promises additional educational and workforce opportunities as it is set to be the largest trade show this year at Huntington Place – spanning more than 300,000 square feet of floor space with more than 25,000 people from around the world expected to register.
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