Every manufacturer in the country is currently faced with the same problem: filling much-needed technical jobs as the Baby Boomer generation of machinists, technicians, welders, and engineers continues to retire out of the workforce.
The solution to that problem is education; manufacturers need to invest in the next generation of workers by collaborating with local school boards and institutions of higher education to prepare high school and college students to fill the manufacturing skills gap.
This is exactly what Allis Roller accomplishes through our partnerships with local government, area high schools, and technical colleges. We help learning institutions by providing both classroom and hands-on experience in machining and welding to students in Franklin. The success of these workforce development partnerships have garnered national attention and accolades from the Speaker of the House, the Wisconsin State Senate, and manufacturing organizations from all around our state.