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Kudos to Members Growing the Workforce Pipeline

THANKS to the following member companies and people who are helping to grow the manufacturing workforce pipeline!


For volunteering for a Career Fair at Chaminade-Julienne High School – April 6

  • Omar Gutierrez – IDC Spring

  • Brent Mackintosh – Mackintosh Tool

  • Stefan Mangoo and Bill Noe – Rack Processing

  • Jacob Marino – AFC Tool

  • Mark Neilson – Crown Equipment

For volunteering for a filmed panel discussion for In Demand Jobs Week

  • Jim Bowman – Noble Tool

  • Noel Davis – BIMAC

  • Tammy Grigsby – Staco Energy

  • Jim Zahora – TAC Industries

For volunteering for a Power Lunch at Kettering Middle School – April 15

  • Mike Budde – Budde Precision Machining

  • Mike Monnier - BarSplice

For volunteering for a Power Lunch at Valley View High School – April 20

  • Chelsea Arndt and Taylor Beeson – Middletown Tube

  • Jim Burt – Ernst Metal

  • Theresa McClaskey and Tiffany Zimmerman – idX Dayton

  • Ashley Slusser – Henny Penny

  • Jesse Reed – Henny Penny

For setting up a display table for the Junior Achievement Inspire to Hire event – April 26

  • Avery Dennison

  • GE – Vandalia

  • Henny Penny

  • idX Dayton

  • Norwood Medical

  • Projects Unlimited

  • Silfex

  • Resonetics

For setting up a display table for the Beavercreek High School career fair – April 29

  • Cornerstone Research Group

  • Nuvasive

  • Oerlikon

  • Resonetics

For volunteering at the DRMA table for the Beavercreek High School career fair – April 29

  • Matt Hoyng – FASTLANE

  • Jacob Langermeier and Kyle Minton – Libra Industries

  • Jerry Nemeth – AFC Tool

For volunteering for a Career Fair at EJ Brown Middle School – May 6

  • Keith Bernheisel – Sinclair Community College

  • Noel Davis – BIMAC

  • Alexis Kinder and Kyle Minton – Libra Industries

For volunteering for a Speaking Event at Fairborn High School – May 12

  • Tom Thompsen – French Oil Mill Machinery

Every on 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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