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Kudos to members growing the workforce pipeline!

Updated: Sep 12, 2022

THANKS to the following member companies and people who are helping to grow the

manufacturing workforce pipeline!


For volunteering for a Career Fair at National Trail High School – February 11

  • Garry Jankowski, Sandvik

For volunteering for a Speaking Event at EJ Brown Middle School – March 16

  • Tom Thompsen, French Oil Mill Machinery Co.

For volunteering for a Power Lunch at Thurgood Marshall High School – March 17

  • Keith Bernheisel, Sinclair Community College

  • Shawn Gunkel, MSC

  • Jon Schmiedebusch, STAP Industries

  • Aisha Stevens, AFC Tool

For volunteering for a Power Lunch at Brookville High School – March 23

  • Shawn Bromagen, Noble Tool

  • Mike Budde, Budde Precision Machining

  • Jessica Osborne, Eagle Certification Group

For volunteering for a Career Fair at Kenton Ridge High School – March 25

  • Nick Fields, Savannah Graham, and Kevin Spriggs – TAC Industries

For volunteering for a Speaking Event at Meadowdale High School – March 30

  • Noel Davis, BIMAC

For volunteering for a Power Lunch at Meadowdale High School – March 30

  • Susan Davis and Robbie Howell, Minco Tool and Mold

  • Brent Ogburn, Wolf Creek Portable Piping

For volunteering for a Powe Lunch at Kettering Fairmont High School – April 1

  • Jim Burt, Ernst Metal Companies

  • Ben Dietsch, Cornerstone Research Group

  • Shawn Gunckel, MSC

  • Garry Jankowski, Sandvik

  • Bethany Rice and Robbie Howell, Minco Tool and Mold

Every one of these efforts helps to raise the awareness of the great careers in our industry, resulting in a bigger pool of quality candidates for you to hire. If you would like to help, contact Kayla.

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