MEDINA, Ohio — Carlisle Brake & Friction announced a new partnership with the Medina County Economic Development Corporation on a program that strives to educate and provide expertise on careers and career pathways to the local youth.
The advisory committee has selected Beverly Graves, Carlisle Customer Service Representative, and Mitchell Bloom, Hawk Performance Sales Manager, as the Carlisle ambassadors for career exploration and development for local young and future generations.
The official “vision” of the committee, said Mitchel Boehmke, Career Coach with the Medina County Economic Development Corporation, “To empower and inspire high school students and graduates to reach their full potential, fostering a vibrant, involved, and prosperous business community.”
The program aims to establish a connection between students and the business community by creating a pipeline among the local businesses and schools. Some of the activities Graves and Bloom will participate in as part of the program include sharing career advice, best practices, and taking part in career fairs.
Additionally, Graves and Bloom will commit one to two days per month for events and participate in a once or twice-a-month meeting, either in person or virtually.
About Carlisle Brake & Friction
Carlisle Brake & Friction is a globally recognized leader in the development and manufacture of highly innovative brake and friction system solutions to service a diverse range of motion control applications. The comprehensive nature of Carlisle’s brake system expertise includes hydraulic control products, industrial brake assemblies, wet and dry friction material for brake, clutch, and transmission applications as well as aftermarket replacement products. The company’s full-system product offerings, supported by its industry-experienced staff of experts, provides its customers with brake system solutions that sets it apart from its competition.