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INTMA 2018 Golf Outing
Thursday, August 16th | 1:00 pm Shotgun Start
Eagle Creek Golf Club, Sycamore Course
Congratulations INTMA High School Partners
2018 IACTED and Indiana Department of Education Awards for Excellence: Secondary Programs/Pathways
Area 18 South Adams- Precision Machining, Instructor Jerod Daily
Prosser CC- Precision Machining, Instructor Frank McPhillips
CONGRATULATIONS to the 2018 INTMA High School Machining competition winners!
On Saturday, February 17th INTMA in partnership with Central Nine Career Center hosted 28 students from 12 different high schools from throughout Indiana at our 15th Annual High School Machining Competition. Students could compete in either Manual Machining or CNC and also competed in a mock interview session. Parents, family, and instructors were also in attendance to support their students during the day-long competition. The top three winners in both the Manual Machining and CNC competitions received scholarships and prize packages including tool boxes, tools, and supplies from our INTMA member organizations and sponsors. The first place school in each competition received a cash prize to support their machining programs.
Thank you to Overton Industries, who provided tours of their shop to parents and instructors during the competition, giving them a chance to see what a modern machine shop looks like.
Thank you to Tony Neary from HAAS who facilitated the Instructor Roundtable Discussion during while the students were competing. Instructors from all of our participating schools were able to share best practices and learn from each other about their machining programs.
Thank you to Nicole Otte and Central Nine Career Center for hosting this successful event once again. A special thank you to the C9 culinary students and instructors who cooked and served breakfast and lunch to our more than 90 students, instructors, parents, and guests throughout the day!
2018 Manual Machining Winners:
1st Place School: Central Nine Career Center, Daryl Willoughby, Instructor
1st - Cliff Fisher, C9 Career Central
2nd - Nathan Wehr, Pike Central High School
3rd - Chandler Beach, Prosser School of Technology
2018 CNC Winners:
1st Place School: Huntington North, Brian Murray, Instructor
1st place Andrew Lund, Huntington North
2nd place Logan Schoen, Prosser School of Technology
3rd place Matthew Dick, Pike Central
2018 Interview Winner: Rosalynn Kowal, Area 31 Career Center
The full photo gallery can be viewed HERE.
Thank you to all of our sponsors for making this event a success!
INTMA Supports workforce development and education initiatives
Recently, INTMA members, Kendal Glotzbach (LMC Workholding), Joel Manship (Major Tool), Scott Buie and Jerry Blackerby (Overton Industries), Scott Rizzi (Schaefer Technologies), Tim Taylor (Haas), Jeff Haggard (Haggard & Stocking), Dan Flick and Dave Tucker (Vincennes University) and Alice Overton (INTMA) attended a meeting supporting efforts to promote workforce development in Indiana with Governor Holcomb at the Gene HAAS and Vincennes University Training Center.
Governor Holcomb and team were at the Gene Haas Center to learn more about what your county is doing to partner on workforce development. INTMA was well represented at the event by Jeff Haggard (Haggard & Stocking) and Tim Taylor (Haas) who participated in the Manufacturing Industry Panel.
|Governor Holcomb talks with INTMA Members Mike Griffith and Jeff Haggard||Teresa Lubbers, Indiana Department of Education and Governor Holcomb participate in a discussion with representatives from Vincennes University.||INTMA Member Jerry Blackerby, Overton Industries, poses for a photo with Governor Holcomb.|
Scott Buie of Overton Industries represented INTMA at Central 9 Career Center roundtable meeting with Indiana Representative Trey Hollingsworth,
INTMA President David Weyreter (Major Tool) released a letter encouraging the Indiana Department of Education and Department of Workforce Development to reconsider the decision to reduce funding for CTE for precision machining. Read the full letter here.