Manufacturing Day has been designed to expand knowledge about and improve general public perception of manufacturing careers and manufacturing’s value to the North American economy. In addition, manufacturers will learn about business improvement resources and services delivered through manufacturing extension partnerships.

October 4, 2022

St. Charles Community College
College Center Building
4601 Mid Rivers Mall Dr, Cottleville, MO 63376
8:00 - 1:00 pm: Student Expo & Tours (closed to the public)
If you are curious about modern manufacturing and would like to learn more about this exciting industry we'd like to invite you to this educational and fun-filled day.

Visit us and learn:
• What modern manufacturing facilities are really like these days
• What the companies located in your community make and who they sell to
• What kinds of jobs are available in manufacturing
• What skills and education are needed to qualify for today’s manufacturing jobs
 *Students under age 18 must be accompanied by an adult or participate with a school group.





Students will see first hand what is made in St. Charles County and learn about modern manufacturing and the career opportunities that it holds.

Students will be treated to:
  • Live Demos
  • Interactive Games
  • Local Manufactures
  • Engaging Speakers
  • Event T-Shirt & Lunch
Middle and High School students are invited to set up a field trip to Manufacturing Day for guided tours, live demos, and more. Through the generosity of our sponsors, this event is offered at no cost to the school district, including transportation and lunch. Click below to learn more about this great learning opportunity.

To sign up your school or your business, contact Tammie DeLosSantos at 636-922-8474 or
Area manufacturing companies are invited to participate in this important event by showcasing what they do via live demos, interactive activities, etc. Space is limited. There are also sponsorships available for even more event exposure.

2022 Tour Sites:

2022 Interactive Student Expo Booths: