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As Patricia Panchak walked around the AWT Robobot Competition in April, she became inspired by the enthusiasm, creativity, and drive that students were showing. Panchak is encouraged about the future of manufacturing because she believes the best and brightest students are working with dedicated teachers and manufacturing professionals to shape it. Recruiting Students to Manufacturing: The Ground Game By: Patricia Panchak I have seen the future of U.S. manufacturing, and it is vibrant, exciting and dynamic. Its robobot competition season in the U.S., and if you can find your way to a tournament, you too will see the bright future I see. But when you go, please know: You wont see that future by watching the battles. Sure, theyre the hook: Sparks fly! Metal screeches against metal! Parts careen through the air! But thats the sideshow. Instead, watch the students, their teacher advisors, andespecially for you, the INDUSTR WEEK audiencethe company-sponsor advisors and representatives. Look