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To promote Manufacturing and STEM education in the Greater Seattle Area as well as to provide quality manufacturing knowledge to chapter and community members, resulting in increased interest and improved manufacturing skill base in the area.

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  • 2016 Officers - Nominations OPEN

    Contact chapter leadership smechapter039@gmail.com if you or someone you know are interested in applying your leadership skills in a rewarding way!

Leadership Team

All inquiries please contact: smechapter039@gmail.com

2016 Chapter 39 Officers

Chair - Steve Marth

Chair-Elect - Angela Hasenbalg

Secretary - Bailee Bailey

Treasurer - Carl Ingram

Vice-Chairs (Appointed)

Certification - Jeff Miller

Social Media - Jordan Gamble

Membership - Jeff Arnold, Dave Knoyle

Tech Talks - Scott Wagemans

Chapter Advisors

Ed Halloran

Tim Bond

Student Chapter Advisors

Senior Advisor -  Tim Bond

Western Washington University - Angela D. Hasenbalg, Randy Weaver

Central Washington University - Charles Pringle, Jerry Walton

Edmonds Community College - Ed Halloran

Olympic College - Will Slota

 

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 Volunteer Leaders

Why do we spend our time as volunteer leaders of this organization? We do it for the students. The professionals looking to advance their knowledge in manufacturing and get recognized for their skills. The teachers who are trying to inspire and excite their high school and middle school students into careers in manufacturing.  The College and University students who are eager to lead the next 30 years of  manufacturing. The high school and middle school kids making parts in their lab, learning about taking a concept and transforming it into reality. The elementary school kids whose curious minds are kindled by concepts we deem basic. We do it for them. They need inspired people to mentor them, to coach them, to make them look forward to go to work every day. 

 

We believe that volunteering for Greater Seattle Ch. 39 can be a highlight of your work history rather than just a footnote. The skills Chaapter 39 volunteers cultivate in business and team leadership, project management, financial management, presentation skills, public speaking and business networking will help our volunteers establish their personal brands, and develop and demonstrate expertise that will make them stand out in the manufacturing and service sectors.

 

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