Speaker 3: Mentor internship internship program No, I’m not. I’d like to be, dude, if you’re available, if you want to talk a little bit and share a little bit about that, just put it in the chat that you’re OK and I’ll unmute you or you can unmute yourself, if you want to do that because, that was something else that I’d like to get Ed’s input and hear a little bit more about it. So can you hear me Yeah, I’m doing great. South wire is using the German, methodology, in that they actually started elementary school by doing school tours and stuff like that. And they work in conjunction with the elementary in the, middle school, the schools in the area. and they have paid internships in high school where the kids can learn different skills to work in their company, in their plants they produce, they’re one of the largest wire producers in the world and they are located in Carrollton, Georgia.
Speaker 3: But it’s one of the most sophisticated mentorship and internship programs that I’ve ever heard of. And it goes all the way through the colleges. They even have, partnerships with West Georgia college, West Georgia university, and also some of the technical schools. And they go into the schools and they teach too. but it’s a phenomenal program and then a huge retention because of it. Because a lot of kids think that if you’re going to go to work for a manufacturing company, it’s going to be a dirty job. And what their big thing, how it all got started was to show kids that manufacturing wasn’t dirty anymore. Technology knowledge. It’s all technology foundries. Right, right. Well, Judy, I’d like to learn more about that program and if you will contact me, email me at Imperial Corp at Juno dot com or go on our website, just Imperial Corp com and certainly you’re free to call me in Chicago at three. One, two, six, six, four, five one nine six. And that’s true for all of you who are listening. Can you give me that the last, the last numbers again Three ones. Three one, two, six, six, four, five, one, nine, six. Okay. I can send you the, the information for the person that heads up their, workforce development stuff. Very good. Thank you Judy. Okay, that’s duty. And