KCC Stories: Lakeview senior Devin Harook dual enrolls for KAMA training, wants to be an electrician

KCC student Devin Harook poses in the KAMA manufacturing training area of the RMTC.

When 18-year-old Devin Harook graduates from Lakeview High School this spring, he’ll do so with valuable, hands-on manufacturing experience earned as a dual-enrolled graduate of Kellogg Community College’s Advanced Manufacturing Assembly (KAMA) Training Program.

Harook, who along with other members of his KAMA cohort finished up a portion of the program’s manufacturing training segment last week, says he wants to be an electrician and is looking at continuing his education at KCC to study the field after high school.

“It’s given me more of an idea of a production line, a better idea of what companies look for in their employees,” Harook says of the KAMA Program. “It’s definitely been beneficial.”

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For more information about KCC’s KAMA Program or other manufacturing training programs at KCC, visit www.kellogg.edu/work or contact Workforce Solutions Career Coordinator Casey Fairley at 269-565-2804 or fairleyc@kellogg.edu or Career Coach Roy Tooke at 269-565-7979 or tooker@kellogg.edu.

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