BASF Supports Students Pursuing Manufacturing Careers

BASF ranked No. 12 on The Fair360, formerly DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity list in 2022.

 

BASF has partnered with Bishop State Community College to support its Federation for Advanced Manufacturing Education (FAME) program, which provides opportunities for students hoping to pursue manufacturing careers.

The work-based learning program offers participants two career pathways, Process Operations Technology and Advanced Manufacturing Technology. Through the program, participants gain paid experience working with electrical instruments, centrifugal pumps, gear boxes, compactors, agitators and other mechanical equipment.

“BASF is investing in my professional career and has inspired me to pursue work in the manufacturing community,” said Wesley Pursley, a current student that will join the Instrumentation and Electrical team. “Having the opportunity to work in scenarios I practiced in school will better prepare me for this industry.”

Read more at basf.com.

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