Sierra College will host hundreds of high school students and teachers from 20 schools in the northern California on January 11, 2020. Industry partners can still get involved as volunteers and judges as well as supply materials for contests. Learn more at SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills Region 4 Conference. … students using the technical and […]
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In Manufacturing Stories online, an article was published about the impact of the California initiative to build makerspace communities at 24 California Community College campuses to close the manufacturing skills gap. Engaging students in using manufacturing tools in makerspaces to produce prototypes and working on collaborative teams to innovate gives them hands-on skills relevant to […]
To get an update on Education and Manufacturing activities in the greater Sacramento region, check out the December 2019 issue of the Edu2Mfg newsletter. In this issue: SkillsUSA California Region 4 Conference Coming January 11 Harris & Bruno International Visited Roseville High School in November US Department of Defense Project MFG™ Challenge Hosted at Sierra […]
On December 3-5, 2019, Project MFG™: Next Generation Manufacturing™ Challenge from the United States Department of Defense took place at the Sierra College Gene Haas Center for Advanced Manufacturing by Design in Rocklin. Project MFG™ holds competitions across the country to address the need for a skilled engineering and shop floor manufacturing workforce in the United […]
Harris & Bruno International employees visited Roseville High School on November 15, 2019 to describe to students the opportunities in the field of Advanced Manufacturing.
Work plan objectives for Edu2Mfg in 2019-2020 include: Increase number of students enrolled in manufacturing related courses Increase students and businesses participating in student competitions, project-based learning opportunities and work-based learning opportunities Illustrate new education and career pathways in manufacturing Host a workshop for curriculum exchange between all K-16 instructors and industry partners Support onboarding […]
The Education to Manufacturing November newsletter inlcuded informtion on: Advanced Manufacturing in Agriculture Regional Advisory Meeting Jeff Briggs appointed as the New Regional Director for North Region Train the Trainer Sessions in January and February To subscribe to the Advanced Manufacturing newsletter for the north region, hosted by Sierra College, for California Community College Chancellor’s […]
A Regional Advisory Meeting focused on Advanced Manufacturing in Food and Agriculture Industries will be held on Friday, November 22 from 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM at the Woodland Community Center, 2001 East St, Woodland, CA 95776. RSVP HERE Participate in preparing a robust pipeline of highly qualified workers to meet labor market demand in Advanced […]
In October, the Education to Manufacturing newsletter covered: Design to Part Train the Trainer, Industry to School Material Donations, Benefits of Train the Trainer Sessions Offered by Advanced Manufacturing, North Region (Edu2Mfg) with the Sacramento Valley Manufacturers Initiative and Rocklin Mini Maker Faire at Sierra College Introduces Community to Manufacturing. To subscribe to the Advanced […]
Colin Denney, instructor with the Innovative Design and Engineering Academy at Pleasant Grove High School, previously attended the manufacturing teacher training organized by Steve Dicus for California Community Colleges Advanced Manufacturing, North Region (Edu2Mfg) with the Sacramento Valley Manufacturers Initiative (SVMI). I learned things that are going directly into the classroom “I learned things that […]