The first day of Autumn is today also known as the first day of FALL. Today, the autumnal equinox, day and night are each about 12 hours long (with the actual time of equal day and night, in the Northern Hemisphere, occurring a few days after the autumnal equinox). The word equinox means “equal night”; night and day are about the same length of time. This time of year is known for color change of the leaves on trees, cooler nights, and harvest.
Message from Los Angeles Valley College:
Hello Friends and Supporters of the Manufacturing Academy at Los Angeles Valley College. We are happy to announce that LAVC and the Office of Congressman Tony Cardenas will be hosting a National Manufacturing Day event on Tuesday, October 17th from 9am to 1pm. This will be our third annual event and the program keeps getting bigger and better each year! This year’s theme will be “Pathways to Apprenticeship.”
We are expecting over 250 community college and high school students. This is a great opportunity to share with young people what your company manufactures and the skills necessary to enter career pathways within the manufacturing sector. We hope you can join us for this event. Your participation is vital to the recruitment of talent and the improvement of our training and educational programs.
Please register at: http://www.mfgday.com/events/2017/los-angeles-valley-college-3
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me.
Roberto F. Gutierrez, Program Manger, LAVC Workforce Training Program, (818) 947-2941, firstname.lastname@example.org
LAVC Manufacturing Day 2017
Facility Tour / Manufacturing Expo / Presentation
October 17, 2017 9:00am
5800 Fulton Ave
Los Angeles, CA 91401
For the third consecutive year, Los Angeles Valley College in conjunction with Goodwill Industries of Southern CA and the Office of Congressman Tony Cardenas, will host Manufacturing Day on Tuesday, October 17, 2017. This year’s theme will be
“Pathways to Apprenticeship.” Over 25 manufacturing companies will attend with representatives showcasing their products.
In addition to local high schools and community college student, the event will be open the public.
09.18.17 – Each year North American Diecasters Association (NADCA) presents the David Laine Internship & Scholarship Program provides scholarship opportunities to college students that have interned/co-opped with die casting companies/companies that are suppliers to the die casting industry. Last year, 23 students across North America qualified for these prestigious awards, and were awarded with a combined scholarship of over $44,000!
If your company employed any interns or co-op students this spring/summer, please forward them this message, so that they can review the link below for scholarship details.
The deadline is October 1, and David Laine scholarships are awarded by the end of the year.
Stephen P. Udvardy
David Laine Trustee
3250 N. Arlington Heights Rd – Suite 101
Arlington Heights, IL 60004
Copied from Newsletter – Registration Now Open for NADCA’s Die Casting Congress & Tabletop
The 2017 Die Casting Congress & Tabletop will be held September 18-20, 2017, at the Atlanta Convention Center at the AmericasMart in Atlanta, GA. This three day event will feature more than 100 exhibitors ready to highlight their latest and greatest products and technology. Over 30 Congress presentations will be given by experts from around the world on topics such as computer modeling, process engineering, advanced technology, additive manufacturing and a special Global Trends spotlight session, just to name a few. These presentations will expose metalcasters to the latest technology, ongoing research and successful management tools that will assist companies in enhancing their competitiveness.
Winners of the International Die Casting Design Competition will be on display and honored as well as the Die Casting Industry Award winners. Companies looking to send more than 5 attendees will receive a special discounted rate. For more information or to register contact the North American Die Casting Association
September 18-20, 2017
** Click Here To Register: NADCA Die Casting Congress **
*Those exhibiting in the show will receive special instructions on how to register their complimentary personnel.
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Light Fixture Die Casting Parts
Consumer Products Aluminum Parts
Aerospace Die Casting Parts
Military Die Casting Parts
Die Casting Tooling
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