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WELCOME NEW MEMBER, TRIMECH

TriMech is the “go-to” engineering resource firm spanning across the East Coast from Maine to Florida, offering the entire SOLIDWORKS product portfolio (i.e. SOLIDWORKS, Simulation, Plastics, Electrical, Composer, Visualize, PDM, MBD, PCB, CAM, etc., etc., etc.), Stratasys 3D printers, Artec 3D scanners, rapid prototyping services and engineering solutions, providing our customers with the complete package. But our support doesn’t stop after the sale. With the most knowledgeable engineering team in the country we provide training, webinars, live events, staffing and tech support from a team with over 620 technical certificates. Please feel free to check-out our website (www.trimech.com) and call/email/text Beth Fruehstorfer with any questions.  Cell: 724-759-0233 | Beth.Fruehstorfer@trimech.com

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Upcoming Events

Upcoming events

PMI Open House | January 10 | 4:00 - 7:00 pm

At PMI, 764 Bessemer Street, Meadville.  Randy Biebel from Faro Technologies will attending PMI's Open House this Wednesday evening with a Cobalt Automated Imaging System and a Laser Scan Arm.  All are welcome to attend.

Blue Collar BASH | January 27 | 6:00 - 11:00 pm

The BASH is SOLD OUT!  The event will be held at the Italian Civic Club, 869 Water Street, Meadville.  SPECIAL ROOM RATES AVAILABLE AT THE HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS ($99) WITH SHUTTLE SERVICE TO AND FROM THE EVENT. Call 814-724-6012 and mention group code "NTMA BASH."

President's Night | February 22 | 6:00 pm  

Save the Date!  The event will be held at the VooDoo Brewery Compound, 834 Bessemer St. Meadville.


 

 

 

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Announcement

When Merrick Madden Calls, Please Answer

Academic Outreach: Streamlining the Connection between Businesses and Educators

The Crawford County K-12 Career Education Alliance and the NWPA Chapter of NTMA are working together in partnership on a community project along with Allegheny College Davies student Merrick Madden. This project focuses on collecting information from area businesses in various career clusters, to assess their interest in being involved in career exploration activities and events within the three school districts in western Crawford County.  Erie County member information will also be shared with Career Street Erie.
 
Merrick will be contacting NTMA membersto ask questions pertaining to their interest in assisting with job shadows, mock interviews, guest presenting and speaking opportunities, career fairs, mentoring, internships, field trips and shop tours along with other academic outreach opportunities. The results will be presented as a database on the NTMA website to be used by educators, guidance counselors and local businesses and a link will be on the Chamber and the CCCTC websites. 
Thank you in advance for your cooperation on this community project. We hope it will serve as a tool to better connect the community and the schools to provide opportunities for collaborations and to create a more prepared, more employable future workforce. If you have any questions about K-12 career exploration activities or questions pertaining to this project please contact Eileen Mullen at emullen@crawfordctc.org or call 814-573-9650.

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