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The aerospace innovator sees MSU Denver as a vital workforce pipeline, investing $1 million in an endowment for the Advanced Manufacturing Sciences Institute and to establish the Lockheed Martin Additive Manufacturing Laboratory anchored by the Stratasys Fortus 900mc additive printer.
A popular co-op program has placed more than 80 graduates into full-time work with the company. And a unique relationship leveraging MSU Denver’s Hispanic Serving Institution status allows Lockheed Martin to contract on-demand orders with MSU Denver – a win-win-win as students also gain valuable applied learning.
In the Hartwig, Inc. Advanced Manufacturing Lab, students get hands-on experience working with state-of-the-art programmable machine tools equipped with advanced robotic accessories. Hartwig updates the equipment regularly at no cost to the University, ensuring that students will always work with the most cutting-edge technology. The estimated value of the manufacturing and inspection equipment, software, tools and consumables is approximately $2 million. Hartwig’s equipment is utilized by manufacturers globally spanning 65 countries in North America, Europe and Asia.
Since establishing its headquarters on campus in 2017, York Space Systems has leveraged its proximity to workforce talent and AMSI resources. The firm established an innovative manufacturing facility to produce products and work in consult with faculty and students, including a classroom-based project to design new spacecraft batteries and internships leading to full-time employment. With their move to a nearby facility, the production capabilities – and collaborative opportunities – are counting down to an even greater launch.
Located on the 4th floor of the AES building, it’s no coincidence the industry organization has set up shop alongside MSU Denver’s AMSI. Advisory board leadership ensures both a workforce-responsive curriculum and networking opportunities for students. And with a comprehensive approach to training, including certifications targeted to those facing unemployment, the partnership meets individuals where they’re at to get them the skills they need to start working right away.
The Women in Manufacturing Association (WiM) works to empower women workers and strengthen the manufacturing sector. As a 501(c)(6) non-profit trade association, WiM is dedicated to supporting, promoting, and inspiring women who have chosen careers in the manufacturing industry.
The Women in Manufacturing (WiM) Colorado Chapter has an active base of members in and around Colorado. Chapters provide excellent opportunities for you to expand your local network, build valuable business relationships, and enjoy industry-related programming.
|Steve Alviti, Jr.||Vice President||Bel Air Finishing Products|
|Tim Bulk||Chief Technical Officer & Co-Founder||Special Aerospace Services|
|Grady Cope||President & CEO||Reata Engineering & Machine Works|
|Mark Cordova||President/Owner||Centennial Bolt|
|Steven Finch||Manufacturing Engineer||Ball Aerospace|
|LaVonda Jeffrey||Director Production Operations||Lockheed Martin|
|Edmond Johnson||Owner||Premier Manufacturing|
|Glenn Plagens||CEO||Manufacturer’s Edge|
|May Rosekrans||Core Space Technologies|
|Mike Sandstrum||President & Co-Owner||Armite Lubricants|
|Angelina Smith||Vice President||York Space Systems|
|Norman Stucker||Commercial Leader Aerospace||Stratasys|
|Brian Toomey||Regional President||Hartwig, Inc.|
|Debra Wilcox||President||Creating Manufacturing|