The Western Mass Chapter- National Tooling and Machining Association accomplishes its goals through the efforts of volunteers. Coordinated by the Association's President, the following committees provide input to the Board of Directors and direction on action to be taken. Committees meet on an as-needed basis, generally once every four to six weeks. Contact Angie Beavis at email@example.com in the Association office, if you would like to join one of the following committees:
Committee Work Focus: Work with area vocational-technical high schools, conventional high schools, community colleges, four year colleges and universities, and adult education programs. Work also with state and local groups to identify programs to fund and assist in training and upgrading the existing workforce.
Committee Work Focus: Develop programs and strategies for attracting new members and associate members to the chapter, promote Association benefits to all members to ensure satisfaction and retention; increase member involvement; and analyze member needs and identify benefits and services.
Committee Work Focus: Develop programs which promote technology transfer, build social capital, and share management strategies /concerns. Include at least two roundtables, three plant tours, one legislative panel, and two, 1 hour networking events per year.
Committee Work Focus: Budget and financial matters impacting the Chapter
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