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SME's Mfg4 Event to Include Girls and Manufacturing Summit



SME, in partnership with Connecticut. Dream It. Do It., will host a female student program at the Mfg4 event in Hartford Conn., on Thursday, May 8. The “Making it Real: Girls & Manufacturing Summit” will tap into today’s female manufacturing leaders to inspire the next generation of leadership and talent. Full Article

Mfg4 Event Offers Student Program to Inspire Interest in Manufacturing and STEM Careers



In an effort to reach and encourage students interested in manufacturing careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), SME and the SME Education Foundation are offering a program designed for middle school and high school students at the Mfg4 event at the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford, Conn., from May 6 to 8. Full Article

Focus on the Workforce: Programming Creativity at Missouri Southern

Elke Howe, Department Head--Engineering Technology, Missouri Southern State University


When a university instructor comes up with a way of encouraging her technology-bent students to learn machine tool programming with creative classroom projects, it’s worth talking about. And, when those projects are also tied to the educational benefits of an internationally recognized organization’s student chapter, the conversation reveals a whole new level of opportunity. Full Article

AME Institute and Kronos Announce New Scholarship

AME and Kronos Inc.


The Association for Manufacturing Excellence (AME)’s scholarship funding arm, AME Institute, and Kronos Incorporated today announced a new scholarship for students interested in manufacturing careers through the Dr. Sherrie Ford Manufacturing as a Career Path 2014-2015 Scholarship Program.  Full Article

The Proper Approach for Designing Curricula: Keep Industry Needs in Mind

Sherif El Wakil, Chancellor Professor of Mechanical Engineering, University of Massachusetts - Dartmouth and Kareem El Wakil, Senior Management, Siemens AG


Because industry is the prime employer of university graduates, a strong university/industry relationship is vital to both groups' success. Designing curricula that do not effectively leverage this relationship can yield graduates who do not measure up to employers’ needs. As a result, the initial training periods have to be increased to compensate for entry-level skill gaps. Full Article

Georgia Governor's Office Partners with CEFGA for 10th Annual SkillsUSA CareerExpo



The Governor’s Office of Workforce Development (the Governor's Office of Workforce Development) is proud to partner with the Construction Education Foundation of Georgia (CEFGA) for the 10th annual CareerExpo this Thursday, March 13 – Friday, March 14 at the Georgia International Convention Center. Full Article

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