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VISION & MISSION

Vision: To develop America’s future workforce of manufacturing and engineering technologists by engaging them in critical reasoning and problem solving skills through partnering industry with education.

Mission: The establishment of the “Educational and Professional Succession” senior SME chapter is to shepherd the associated student chapters and affiliates, providing a conduit of connectivity ensuring the success of the participants. The SME student chapters collaborate and support each other with mentorship from the senior chapter as the students ascend through education and into the workplace. This two-way collaboration fuels the educational and professional succession as we develop our manufacturing and engineering workforce.

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CHAPTER OFFICERS

Chapter Chair
Don McKinzie
310.660.359Donald.McKinzie@ngc.com

Chair-Elect
Mark Edmonds
Mark.Edmonds@ngc.com

Secretary
Ron Way
310.660.3593310.660.3593, 3623
rway@elcamino.edu

Treasurer, Webmaster
Karen Latuner & Steve Ferron
310.660.3593310.660.3593, 3782
klatuner@pltw.org

UPCOMING EVENTS

  1. SME153 Chapter Meeting

    Jun 9, 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM (PT)
    El Segundo, CA, United States
  2. SME153 Chapter Meeting

    Jul 14, 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM (PT)
    El Segundo, CA, United States
  3. SME153 Chapter Meeting

    Aug 11, 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM (PT)
    El Segundo, CA, United States
  4. SME153 Chapter Meeting

    Sep 8, 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM (PT)
    El Segundo, CA, United States
  5. WESTEC 2015

    Sep 15 - 17
    Los Angeles, CA, United States

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

SME 153 members, Late Breaking News!

SME 153 members, Late Breaking News!

Come see the FIRST Robotics Challenge this weekend in Long Beach. This is your chance to see the SME Chapter 153 educational partnership schools in action at the regional competition. This is a fun event and is free to the public.

http://www.usfirst.org/whats-going-on/event/13323?ProgramCode=FRC

Hawthorne High opens new School of Manufacturing and Engineering

Hawthorne High School engineering students shot lasers, printed 3-D rocket ships and played basketball with robotic tanks as they celebrated the opening of a new, state-of-the-art facility to house their School of Manufacturing and Engineering. The 38,000-square-foot facility includes a 7,000-square-foot warehouse filled with 3-D printers, laser engravers, lathes and two computerized milling machines worth about $50,000 each.

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