Clad in bright yellow T-shirts, 32 area students trooped through the plant of Tusco Display in Gnadenhutten on Tuesday to get an inside look at how a 21st century manufacturing facility operates.
The guide for one group was Mike Lauber, Tusco's CEO, who explained what work was being done at each stop on the tour.
Later, he told them about internship opportunities at Tusco and noted that many manufacturers are willing to pay for an employee's college education if that person is willing to work for their company.
The students were participants in the four-day Dale Lauren Foland Tuscarawas County Manufacturing Camp, which ends Friday. The camp is named for Dale Foland, founder of Lauren International, who died earlier this year.
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