Lisa is originally from Boiling Springs, Pennsylvania.  She went to Philadelphia University for Psychology, and then to The George Washington University in DC for graduate school. When not working at MSSC, you can find Lisa crocheting pillows and anything else you can use around the house, reading Agatha Christie, watching nerdy TV shows on Netflix,…[ Read More → ]

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  Attention MSSC Students, MSSC Authorized Instructors and Site Coordinators! We want to hear from you! We are looking for nominations for the First Annual MSSC Instructor of the Year Award to be announced on October 2nd: Manufacturing Day 2015! All you have to do is email us a short description to cfeeney@msscusa.org by September 25th…[ Read More → ]

“Great program, a ton of what you covered prepared me for my OSHA 10 hour card. Especially the sections over the MSDS and PPE sections.”- Tyler, CPT Student   “I am glad that I took this course and obtained a certification through MSSC. I would not have gotten the job that I have now if…[ Read More → ]

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Dina Igoe was born and raised in the former Soviet Union and immigrated with her family to the US when she was 11 years old. Dina’s family settled in the Boston area and she and her twin sister both attended the George Washington University in DC where they were both cheerleaders for the GW basketball…[ Read More → ]

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As part of a new state strategy, MSSC would like to introduce Ms. LeeSa Page, Senior Advisor to our MSSC community.  Her primary role will be to facilitate collaborative efforts to more broadly implement CPT and CLT certification in the state of Kentucky.  She will work with the business community, education and others to increase awareness…[ Read More → ]

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MSSC is pleased to announce that the 2015 Edition of the MSSC National Skill Standards for front-line work in advanced manufacturing and logistics were officially released on June 17, 2015! These standards are vitally important because they are the gold standard: the nation’s authoritative reference and common language for companies and schools to use in defining…[ Read More → ]

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On June 17, 2015, more than 250 leaders from the manufacturing and logistics industry, education, and government attended the Executive Briefing at Ivy Tech Community College in Indianapolis, Indiana. The event was hosted by Ivy Tech in collaboration with SME and the Great Lakes Manufacturing Council, featuring MSSC and the National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS). Discussion largely…[ Read More → ]

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If you are you an employer in the TDL industry seeking skilled & certified employees, look no further…MSSC has your solution to have certified logistics candidates come right to you seeking job opportunities!  The program includes Active Duty in transition, Reserve, Guard and Veterans. These individuals already have the soft skills (e.g. teamwork, discipline, work…[ Read More → ]

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You are in the home stretch in the last part of the Career Pathway Series, now it’s time to apply for jobs!  Remember everyone had to start somewhere in their career so always keep your head up in the application process.  Employers recognize individuals who are doing mass job applications when the content of the…[ Read More → ]

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MSSC is most pleased to have had so many of you register to attend our June 16-17th Executive Briefing at Ivy Tech Community College on: Industry Certifications: Closing Manufacturing Skills Gap in Great Lakes Region As you know, the event is hosted by President, Tom Snyder, of Ivy Tech Community College in collaboration with SME (Society…[ Read More → ]