FOX61 Student News: Aerospace Tradeshow helps students see their future

From Killingly High
Author: FOX61 Student News

HARTFORD, Conn — Story by Danny Kien and Terrence Allen

The Aerospace Components Manufacturers held the Aerospace Alley trade-show  on November 10th at the Connecticut Convention Center.

Over a hundred different aerospace manufacturers set up booths at the fair to get a chance to speak about their companies.  Different schools around Connecticut attended the fair to get a chance to introduce their students to the many different aerospace and manufacturing jobs available after high school.

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Companies talked to the students about what their companies manufacture and what jobs the companies offer. Gov. Ned Lamont attended the fair to support the manufacturers at the convention.

The Aerospace Alley Trade-show was a great opportunity for students and manufacturers to meet and talk.

The FOX 61 Student News program empowers Connecticut middle and high school students to explore the world of multi-media journalism by giving them the opportunity to capture, edit and publish original content under the guidance of industry professionals.

Each student produced and hosted segment will showcase a local story or event, highlighting all that is great about our state. Segments will be featured on-air during Friday’s Morning News at 7:25 a.m., 10 p.m. news and during the FOX61 Morning News on Saturday at 7 a.m., on our Facebook page and right here on FOX61.com!

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