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With manufacturing's skills gap, you can't only look at 50% of the population to fill it. Women have got to be recruited in every role…Manufacturers are realizing diversity in the workforce is important - change won't happen overnight, but it is happening."
WiM Western Pennsylvania Holiday EventTHU, NOV 29 2018 Farrell, PA Dec 4
WiM Michigan Holiday Year-EnderTUE, DEC 4 2018 Southfield, MI Dec 6
WiM Connecticut Holiday PartyTHU, DEC 6 2018 Unionville, CT Dec 13
WiM North Carolina Holiday PartyTHU, DEC 13 2018 Cornelius, NC Dec 18
WiM Illinois Holiday Celebration & Book DriveTUE, DEC 18 2018 Schaumburg, IL Jan 17
CEOs, Presidents and Senior Executives Networking Group 2018-2019, Meeting 2THU, JAN 17 2019 - FRI, JAN 18 2019
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“When I was 14, I chose welding as the trade I would study through high school. My junior year I decided to make welding my career because it’s not often you get to turn your passion into a career. Also, I like the challenge of manufacturing—something about making things from scratch entices me.”
— Amanda Reel, Welder, TRUMPF Inc.
“I encourage all of us to expose our daughters, nieces, neighbors and cousins to the modern way of manufacturing and show them what a terrific and rewarding place it is to work.”
—Cindy Logan, Senior Manager of Tobacco Processing, John Middleton Company, an Altria Co.
“I’ve found that “manufacturing” is not a typical word people use throughout a daily conversation if they are not involved in manufacturing. Through my involvement with WiM, I connected with a lot of the school districts in the area that are trying to push STEM.”
—Lauren Kirschler, Operations Manager, CPI Card Group
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