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The Manufacturing Institute Honors Outstanding Women in Manufacturing

Focusing on science, technology, engineering and production (STEP), The Manufacturing Institute’s STEP Ahead Awards program annually honors female leaders for their advocacy, mentorship, engagement and leadership in the industry. This year, 100 honorees and 30 emerging leaders have demonstrated leadership and excellence within their company.

STEP Ahead honorees across the U.S. have pledg...

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Work Ethic - Final Lessons for 2016-2017 School Year

Jim Weber, Instructor from Capital High School in Helena, Montana has 3 more lessons on Work Ethic. These are his final lessons for this school year.

Check out the Resources page for these and all lessons.

Lesson 12 - ADDICTED
Lesson 13 - Be Smart with that Money!
Lesson 14 - The Pursuit of Happyness

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Mark Your Calendar: Student-Run Manufacturing Business to Host Open House May 3

Eleva-Strum High School in Strum, Wisconsin, is about a two-hour drive from Minneapolis, Minnesota, and about three hours from Madison, Wisconsin. If you are interested in manufacturing education, the drive is worth it. This public high school is home to Cardinal Manufacturing, a manufacturing instruction program that pays for itself by functioning as a commercial business. Students perform job-sh...

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NIMS Announces New Members to Board of Directors

Fairfax, Virigina - April 26, 2017 - NIMS, the manufacturing industry’s premier standards and certification body, is proud to announce seven new members of its Board of Directors. The group is now comprised of 20 leaders in the manufacturing industry from diverse backgrounds, including company executives, training institutions, education, state government and organized labor.

The NIMS’ Bo...

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