Wrapping up highlights of Career and Tech Ed month at Two Harbors High School

Two Harbors High School gets a new Plasma Cutter

Grant funding helped replace old equipment and students in the Two Harbors High School manufacturing program can use the equipment.

Two Harbors High School has a new plasma cutter, thanks to some grant funding. Ben Hudson, the teacher, applied for the money.

“This is much safer. And it really helps inspire them to want to get into this field,” he explained.

Students are jazzed about using it, since the old equipment was getting pretty frustrating to use.

On Tuesday, companies like Stanley LaBounty, Serco, and BuiltRite came by for the Career and Tech Ed showcase.

They are supportive of the manufacturing program, since it helps build the workforce.

February is Career and Tech Ed month in Minnesota.