Stratasys has joined SME's Bright Minds as a program partner for three industry events to help develop and enhance future careers in additive manufacturing.
The first event was May 13 at EASTEC in West Springfield, Massachusetts, followed by RAPID and SOUTH-TEC.
The Bright Minds program gives students the opportunity to learn about additive manufacturing through lectures, workshops, panel discussions and various hands-on challenges.
"Stratasys is proud to be sponsoring Bright Minds for the fifth year in a row," said Sig Behrens, general manager of global education at Stratasys. Bright Minds is an educational program created by Society of Manufacturing Engineers for high school and college students, educators, and administrators to support the future of manufacturing careers.
"Bright Minds creates an environment for students and educators to connect with industry leaders and experience technology innovations firsthand," said Dolores Nixon, member and industry relations manager for Bright Minds.