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Member-Exclusive Newsletters

Through our three exclusive newsletters, SME keeps our members up-to-date on the latest developments in manufacturing. We also share member news and information, local chapter activities, engagement opportunities and valuable insights from key volunteer leaders. Subscriptions begin automatically after joining, with the option to change at any time. 


SME Daily Executive Briefing

SME Daily Executive Briefing, edited and produced by Bulletin Media, is an exclusive member benefit that ensures readers are informed on relevant issues affecting the manufacturing industry. Sections include: Manufacturing, Workforce Development, Technology, Economic News, and Law and Policy.

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“I just wanted to acknowledge and recognize the great work you do each day compiling and sharing all the current and latest and very vital information pertaining to the industry. Keep it coming.” Othello Collins, Service Technician, Toll Gas & Welding, SME Member Since 2018

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SME Member NewsFlash

The SME Member NewsFlash is emailed to members on a monthly basis. The newsletter highlights various engagement opportunities; chapter activities; spotlights active members and their accomplishments; awards; scholarship information; and more.

SME members are encouraged to submit content for publication. News items can be sent to memnews@sme.org.

 

From the Desk of...

The From the Desk of... e-newsletter is the platform SME's Member Council representatives use to communicate with all members about current its activities, member engagement and to convey the overall value they have derived from their membership and involvement in SME. This newsletter is emailed to members on a monthly basis.

 

From the Desk of...Phil Waldrop

Longtime SME member Phil Waldrop, PhD, LSME, is passionate about manufacturing and educating its future workforce. In his October From the Desk of..., Waldrop offers a new viewpoint: "The talent shortage needs to be viewed in terms of a supply chain that extends back at least through the high school and middle school levels where the emerging workforce generations are to be found — and need to be informed. Formally or informally, we need (and need to be) local-level team participants as we pursue the goal of narrowing the industrial skills gap."