The Subortus Project inspires middle- and high-school students to pursue careers in America's reviving manufacturing. We aim to expose more youth to the high-tech and relevancy of a subject taught little in schools across America.
We are a 501(c)(3) organization run by high school students across America that is the first youth-led nonprofit working to build the manufacturing workforce of the future, now. That's why we say, Today's Youth, Tomorrow's Makers.
employers can't find skilled labor
Industry Week, 2019, 89% of Small Manufacturers Can't Fill Job Openings
manufacturing jobs to fill
Deloitte and Manufacturing Institute, 2018, Skills Gap and Future of Work Study
employers who cite lack of interest as root of labor shortage
MFG Day - Tech, Policy, and Business in Modern Manufacturing
February 22nd @ 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM ET
The Subortus Project will be hosting its very own MFG Day keynote event! Our speakers are policymakers, engineers, and educators, and they’re all part of the manufacturing sector. There’s a fulfilling career in manufacturing for anyone with any interests. Hear about what drove these professionals to the manufacturing sector, from college degrees to a drive for innovation.
The Subortus Project Presents on "Getting Youth Involved with Manufacturing" to the American Manufacturing Communities Collaborative (AMCC)
The Subortus Project is partnering with the American Manufacturing Communities Collaborative (AMCC), an EDA-funded manufacturing consortium, to host MFG Day. We joined one of AMCC's Monday weekly calls to give over fifty workforce development experts, educators, and technical executives, an introduction to our non-profit and an overview of the MFG Day event, both of which seek to educate and engage youth on the American manufacturing workforce.
Presentation on Sustainable Manufacturing and Fast Fashion to Utah Attorney General's Youth Advisory Committee
The Subortus Project had the amazing opportunity to present to around thirty members of the UAG Youth Advisory committee, which offers advice to the Attorney Genera's office on policy, events, and programs. Our hour-long presentation covered Industry 4.0 technologies and how their efficiency may be misused by apparel corporations to promote fast fashion business models.
We create youth-catered educational content, perform social media outreach, and host events to inform youth about technology, sustainability, policy, and current affairs relating to the manufacturing sector.
Email newsletters written and crafted for youth readers, covering tech, economics, policy, and careers in manufacturing. Get 3-minute rundowns of cutting-edge robots, recent government investments, career spotlights, and more!
Presentations, workshops, and keynote events with speakers in education, industry, government, and more!
We are in the process of curating a free video curriculum about Industry 4.0 technologies on the education platform Udemy™, to be accessed by students across the country.
It was our thorough research on manufacturing workforce development that inspired the founding of The Subortus Project. We continue producing short briefs on various Industry 4.0. Check out the findings that inspired our mission!