U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) hosted a news conference call Wednesday as he partners with Ohio businesses, educators and community leaders for the eighth straight year to host summer manufacturing camps to help young Ohioans learn about manufacturing jobs available in Ohio.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, this year Brown’s office helped to organize virtual manufacturing camps so that students would still be able to learn about manufacturing safely and remotely.

“This pandemic is proving how crucial STEM skills are to the future of our economy, and campers can learn about many of those skills without ever leaving their living rooms,” Brown said. “Campers can connect online with mentors in manufacturing and STEM careers and collaborate virtually with other students in their community.”

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