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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 Power Lunch at Bethel High School – May 2nd

  • Chuck Dryer – Industrial Tube & Steel

  • April Angel – AFC Tool

  • Mike Monnier – BarSplice

For volunteering for a Power Lunch at Fairborn High School – May 3rd

  • Noel Davis – BIMAC

  • Nicole Albers – Hartzell Propeller

  • Keith Bernhisel – Sinclair Community College

For volunteering for a Power Lunch at Rushmore Elementary– May 5th

  • Tom Thompson – French Oil Mill Machinery Co.

  • Kim Coomer – D&E Machine

  • Karen Willingham – Avery Dennison

For volunteering for a Career Fair at Northridge Middle School– May 8th

  • Alex Hoffman – FastLane

  • Tricia Bayer, Tierney Dumont & Lucie Johnson– BarSplice

  • Leona Chia & Kenny Cox –Resonetics

  • Michael Swafford – AFC Stamping

For volunteering for a Career Fair at Weisenborn Junior High School– May 11th

  • Chuck Dryer –Industrial Tube & Steel

  • Brittany Runnels – Stillwater Technologies

  • Melissa Gallenstein – Norwood Medical

For volunteering for a Power Lunch at Dixie High School– May 16th

  • Beth Casella – AFC Tool

  • Keith Bernhisel – Sinclair Community College

  • Theresa McClaskey – IDX Corp

For volunteering as a Classroom Speaker at Thurgood Marshall Stem High School– May 16th

  • Tom Thompsen – French Oil Mill Machinery Co.

For volunteering for a Career Fair at Preble County Fairgrounds– May 17th

  • Ashley Barker, Kelli Kopf, Missy Lovett & Bryan Smith – Henny Penny

  • Keith Bernhisel – Sinclair Community College

  • Patty Breig

  • Sandra Robinson – AFC Tool

  • Vera Tangeman & Jerry Corbin – Trifecta

  • Chuck Dryer – Industrial Tube & Steel

  • Amy Brock, Daniela Rebollo & Mark Rabe – Oerlikon

  • Michael Swafford – AFC Stamping

  • Aaron Flatter – Garber

  • Mike Desch – Precision Metal

  • Thomas Redinger – BarSplice

  • Craig Homan – Crown Equipment

Every one of these efforts helps to raise 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 Kara.

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