My adventure with Precision Plus started in 2014 as a summer intern, while I was still in school at Wilmot Union High. The first summer was spent in various departments throughout the building, learning every role there was, from the front office to shipping quality products out the back shipping doors.
When I graduated in 2009 from Whitewater High School, my mind was set on having a career as a mechanic in the automotive industry. To reach that goal, I attended Blackhawk Technical college and earned a two-year Automotive Technician degree. With this gained knowledge, I worked for a construction company performing all maintenance on the heavy machinery. It did not take long to realize I lacked enthusiasm for the work and decided it was time to do something different.
Hi, I am William Sanchez, a Customer Service professional at Precision Plus, Inc. As a high school junior in 2016, I started my career journey with Precision Plus through the Youth Apprentice (YA) program at Elkhorn Area High School and have been employed with the company ever since. At that time, I was most interested in finding a job in high school that could potentially lead to a very strong career. Precision Plus had endless opportunities to explore, and I knew it was the right decision to take the opportunity to work here.
My name is Matthew Enger, and I am Secondary Department Supervisor at Precision Plus, Inc. I am a 2011 graduate of Elkhorn Area High School. Prior to my employment at Precision Plus, I was working full-time at a company where I enjoyed working with my hands, but there were no benefits such as health insurance, paid vacation and 401K. The work was slowing to part time, and I found myself searching for secure, full-time employment with benefits and opportunities for personal growth.
My journey with Precision Plus started just two short years ago when I graduated early from Badger High School in January of 2018. Having been in the restaurant industry during my high school years, I was hungry for a different career path – one that not only provides benefits necessary for independence, but also a lifestyle allowing me to enjoy fun times with family and friends.
With Christmas landing in the middle of the week on a Wednesday this year, our Precision Plus team is happy to have a little time off for the holidays. Being closed December 23, 24, and 25 means the team is working as hard as North Pole elves in the days leading up to our break. We welcome the time off but know these last days will be busy ones.
Industry engagement in career and technical education (CTE) programs not only prepares students with necessary skills and pathways for rewarding careers, but it also provides the companies a direct pipeline of well-prepared talent to fill workforce shortages. Precision Plus believes in building strong partnerships with area education institutions – at all levels.
Winter is coming. Or rather, it has arrived.
The Precision Plus team closed out October, also known as Manufacturing Month, with a snowstorm. When I was young, receiving 6 inches of snow at the end of October was fun, but not so much anymore. Let’s hope this is not a sign of what the rest of the season has in store for us.
This Monday, November 11th, we recognize Veterans Day – one of the most significant days in our country, set aside to honor those who have served in the United States armed forces and to thank them for their sacrifices. Precision Plus is proud to employ veterans and support veteran organizations in recognition of their dedication to the values of honor, courage, and commitment. We are proud of and thank the following team members for their service: