Scot Forge offered the services of a Supervisor in the Heat Treat Department to work with the Career and Technical Education Chairperson at Cary-Grove High School to assist with their industrial classes, especially forging. The Supervisor was made available to speak at classes, assist with shop equipment design and acquisition, and be available as a subject matter expert to counsel in metalworking activities.

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