New high school grad Michah Schenck got on TRACK with Mubea, found his career and plans to stay
Schenck, an aspiring electrician, joined Mubea Inc. in Florence as part of the Tech Ready Apprentices for Careers in Kentucky (TRACK) youth pre-apprenticeship program and found the place he hopes to call his professional home for years to come.
“This is more than just a job,” Schenck said. “It’s a career. It’s a future.”
Schenck attended Boone County Area Technology Center and Lloyd Memorial High School (Erlanger-Elsmere Independent).
He accepted a full-time position after graduation with Mubea, a German company that manufactures products such as suspension springs, stabilizer bars, transmission springs and rolled blanks at facilities in Florence and Elsmere. He has entered the company’s apprenticeship program, which accepts only 10 to 12 new people per year.