Students

Meet the January MSSC Students of the Month nominated by Ed Fry, Instructor, Nature Coast Technical High School.  Here are their nomination stories: Justyn Bowes Justyn Bowes is a 2015-2016 graduate of Nature Coast Technical High School in Brooksville, Florida where he completed a four-level Automation & Production Technology course in the Engineering & Manufacturing…[ Read More → ]

We are glad to share with you, the new MSSC Code of Good Conduct Poster. Developed on the basis of typical company codes of conduct and validated by subject matter experts from 60 companies, such as Honda SC, IBM, GE Appliances, Cummins, Caterpillar, Johnson Controls, Pratt & Whitney, Easter Lift Truck, Mars Chocolate, Kawasaki Motors, BASF, and…[ Read More → ]

The Manufacturing Skill Standards Council’s (MSSC) “Pre-Release” programs are offering its Certified Production Technician, “CPT” credentialing programs in both the Bureau of Prisons (BOP) and state correctional programs. Now totaling 12 CPT programs (4 BOP and 8 State DOC), and growing every month, data from re-entering “certificants” are showing enormous results. Of particular success, MSSC…[ Read More → ]

Congratulations to students Ryan Anderson and Roger Ayala from South Central College for being nominated our November MSSC Students of the Month! Here is a few words from Alex Goff, Mechatronics Instructor, about why he nominated these two students: “Ryan has shown tremendous improvement and ability in and outside the classroom.  Ryan has used is…[ Read More → ]

Last month, GPS Education Partners in Wisconsin, presented the Recognition of Innovation award to Neil Reddy, Executive Director of MSSC. This distinguished award represents MSSC’s exceptional leadership, progressive ideas, and ingenuity which help meet the needs of the business community while empowering and inspiring young people to reach their full potential. MSSC has been a close partner…[ Read More → ]

November 1

Meet Juan Perez!

Meet our first Student of the Month, Juan Perez, Community College of Vermont student! Here is a testimonial for his nomination from Michael B. Keogh, Business & Community Outreach Manager, at CCV- “Here at the Community College of Vermont we have worked to create meaningful pathways to employment by engaging employers and potential employees. We’ve…[ Read More → ]

Happy Manufacturing Day! We are thrilled to announce the MSSC Award Winners for this years Student of the Month.  Since it was tough to just pick one student we decided to pick 11! These students will each be featured throughout the year in our Community Update & Social Media pages. A big CONGRATULATIONS goes to…[ Read More → ]

MSSC would like to welcome Sylvia Wetzel who will be serving as the MSSC Senior Advisor for the states of Illinois, Wisconsin, and Michigan.  Get to know Sylvia from her bio below and if you would like to contact her please visit the staff page on the MSSC website Sylvia Wetzel, most recently was Vice…[ Read More → ]

You will be excited to know that MSSC has formed a cooperative relationship with the North American Die Casting Association (NADCA) and as a CPT certified individual, the die casting industry is interested in advancing your career with job opportunities in several technical fields (including process, maintenance, and quality)! Not sure what Die Casting is? …[ Read More → ]

This summer in Atlanta, the Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC) and ACT, in collaboration with the Southern Governors Association and the Southern Regional Education Board, co-hosted an executive briefing titled, “Use of Industry Certifications to Begin Career Pathways in Advanced Manufacturing and Logistics in the Southern States.” Please view the  MSSC ACT Executive Briefing Summary…[ Read More → ]