Solid Rock Concrete

D. Jewel Harris

JEM Teams will learn how to identify materials and resources used in manufacturing unique concrete blends and describe the seven basic technological resources.
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Manufacturing STEM++Career Cluster

Provides experiences to help students explain the universal systems model as it relates to manufacturing.

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About Solid Rock Concrete
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Robert Kelly
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College Town: Atlanta Metropolitan State College

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Manufacturing Tradelines Service-Learning Project

The service goals for this service-learning project has been converted into internships that will pay students through a sponsored digital badge collection. Students that want to apply for these internships should click the job link or the STEM++ Direct Job Board Listings button below.

Service Goals:

  1. Develop a College Town community map of this location for the Atlanta Metropolitan College Town Job Link
  2. Coordinate an Investor/Mentor Meetup to present service-learning project to Partners In Education of the Atlanta Metropolitan College Town. Job Link
  3. Create multi-media content to document and promote the progress, impact and outcomes of this service-learning project. Job Link
  4. Describe the role of time, capital, people, tools and machines, energy, materials and information within the universal systems model as it applies to manufacturing industries. Job Link
  5. Identify materials and resources used in manufacturing and describe the seven basic technological resources. Job Link
  6. Describe the properties of manufacturing materials, explain how materials are classified, and list, measure, and compare common mechanical properties of select materials. Job Link
  7. List sources and costs where materials may be obtained, create a bill of materials, and calculate production cost analysis. Job Link
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Event Chair: Robert Kelly

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