Colonial Middle School Teacher Neil Engle (left) with TSA members at Electro Soft, Inc. in Montgomeryville.

Through a grant provided by the Montgomery County Workforce Development, CMS students in the Technology Student Association (TSA) and Technology Education Teacher Neil Engle traveled to Electro Soft, Inc. in Montgomeryville. The local company provided students with a firsthand view of advanced electronic manufacturing, including electronic boards created for computers, self-driving cars and satellites. Electro Soft, Inc. is a tristate leader in electrical and mechanical contract manufacturing. They specifically focus in the areas of electronic components, assembly services for wave and surface mount soldering of circuit boards, and manufacturing of wire harnesses, cable assemblies, and panel assemblies.