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1 1 Careers in Manufacturing Workshop Dr. Mark Martin Centers for Applied Competitive Technologies (CACT) CA Career Pathways Director (based at CCSF) May General Foundry

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3 3 Agenda 8:15 – 8:30 amCheck-in & networking (coffee & pastries) 8:30 – 9:00 Welcome and Introductions (Mark Martin) 9:00 – 9:30 Manufacturing in the Bay Area (Mark Martin) 9:30 – 9:45Community college programs 9:45 – 10:15“Why Manufacturing?” – (Dick Herman, President, 101MFG) 10:15 – 10:30 BREAK 10:30 – 11:30 Industry Panel Discussion – (GF, Life Technologies, Shell, Tesla) 11:30 – 12:15 General Foundry Overview & Tour 12:15 – 12:45 Box Lunch: Talk with industry reps

4 4 Welcome & Introductions What would you like to learn today?

5 5 Intro My background – Mechanical engineer – Manufacturing & design of products – Always interested in educating others about manufacturing & engineering, especially kids CACT Career Pathways Director – CACT = Center for Advanced Competitive Technologies

6 6 What is the goal of the CACT CP Director? Getting students excited about careers in manufacturing (industrial tech) & technology! – Machining – Welding – Drafting – Robotics – Technicians – Engineering – Etc.

7 7 My biggest challenge… Who wants to guess the biggest challenge in my job as CP Director for manufacturing / technology?

8 8 Challenge What do you think of when you hear the word “ manufacturing ” in the U.S.? What about “ manufacturing jobs ”?

9 9 U.S. Manufacturing Employment Economic Policy Institute -

10 10 Agenda Intro – Who am I? – What is the goal of a Career Pathways Director? Why focus on manufacturing? Strategies for getting more kids interested in manufacturing & technology careers Tools that you might be able to use – No matter what Career Pathway you’re focused on

11 11 What does the previous graph tell us? We’re getting our butts kicked in manufacturing! Manufacturing is dead in the U.S.!

12 12 Manufacturing is still very strong NAM Manufacturing Institute, “Facts About Modern Manufacturing”, 8 th Edition

13 13 U.S. Leads in Manufacturing NAM Manufacturing Institute, “Facts About Modern Manufacturing”, 8 th Edition

14 14 U.S. Manufacturing alone is 8 th largest economy in world NAM Manufacturing Institute, “Facts About Modern Manufacturing”, 8 th Edition

15 15 Manufacturing makes up majority of U.S. exports NAM Manufacturing Institute, “Facts About Modern Manufacturing”, 8 th Edition

16 16 And California manufacturing leads the way in the U.S. 26,870 manufacturers 1.6 million employed Largest manufacturing state in the nation 8.7% of the nation's manufacturing employment 7% of its manufacturers Manufacturing News, April 2008

17 17 CA Manufacturing - Examples

18 18 Manufacturing strong, but fewer jobs … What’s happening? U.S. manufacturing is innovating and becoming more productive

19 19 Example “Let’er roll!” More Adept

20 20 Less of this in the U.S. …

21 21 More of this…

22 22 Manufacturing Jobs Mechatronics Quality Control Technician Sheet Metal Mfg. Manager ($65k - $90k) – H.S. with 5 years of experience Tig Welder ($22/hour) BioTech Packaging Operator ($17) – 0-10 years of experience Machine Operator ($13/hour) – H.S. Education Underwater welding

23 23 Well-paying jobs

24 24 But who cares, if there aren’t any jobs?

25 25 Jobs in California (projected to 2016) Current JobsANNUAL New Jobs Engr/Architecture 343,00011,000 Manufacturing Occupations 1,020,00024,000 Installation/Maint/Repair 560,00015,000 Healthcare Occupations 650,00027,000 Healthcare Support 341,00013,000 Education 1,041,00044,000 Sales 1,800,00078,000 Computer & Math 414,00021,000 Office/Admin 2,800,00086,000 Source: CA EDD -

26 26 Manpower, Inc. 10 Hardest Jobs to Fill 1. Engineers 2. Machinists/Machine Operators (10)* 3. Skilled Trades 4. Technicians (4) 5. Sales Representatives (1) 6. Accounting & Finance Staff (8) 7. Mechanics (3) 8. Laborers (9) 9. IT Staff 10. Production Operators As reported by U.S. employers * Rank in 2007 Top 10 Hardest Jobs to Fill Manpower Survey -

27 27 iDesign-Manufacturing for 2011 Partnering with Laney College (Oakland) Focus on industrial arts – Machining – Students build their own projects – Introduction to welding, CNC, CAD Tours of local manufacturers – Foundry – Machining center – Etc.

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29 29 Agenda 8:15 – 8:30 amCheck-in & networking (coffee & pastries) 8:30 – 9:00 Welcome and Introductions (Mark Martin) 9:00 – 9:30 Manufacturing in the Bay Area (Mark Martin) 9:30 – 9:45Community college programs 9:45 – 10:15“Why Manufacturing?” – (Dick Herman, President, 101MFG) 10:15 – 10:30 BREAK 10:30 – 11:30 Industry Panel Discussion – (GF, Life Technologies, Shell, Tesla) 11:30 – 12:15 General Foundry Overview & Tour 12:15 – 12:45 Box Lunch: Talk with industry reps

30 30 Community College Programs

31 31 Degrees / Certificates Related to Manufacturing (examples) Laney College Ind Maint Certificate (26 units) Cabrillo Adv Welding Certificate (15 units) Chabot Machine Tool AS (28 units + 32) 2 semesters 2-4 semesters 2 years Blueprint reading (3) Machine Technology (5) Basic Electricity (3) Technical Math a-b-c (1.5) Commercial Electricity (3) Industrial Hydraulics (2) Env. Control Technology (2) Intro to Welding (3) Technical Math d-e-f (1.5) OSHA Safety (2) Gas & TIG Sheet Metal Fab Arc Advanced Welding Advanced Arc Pipe Welding Welding Fab Advanced MIG Advanced TIG Blueprint Reading, Sketching, and CAD (3) Machine Tool Technology I (4) Introduction to Welding (2) Machine Tool Technology II (4) Production Practices Numerical (4) Control Programming I (4) Basic Toolmaking (4) Ind Tech (Meas. & Calcs) (3) Mastercam X (3) Laney College also has Machining & Welding Programs 31

32 32 Degrees / Certificates Related to Manufacturing Chabot Machinist Certificate (27 units) Chabot Welding Certificate (15 units) Chabot Welding AS (26 units + 34) 2 semesters 2 years Machine Tool Technology I Machine Tool Individual Projects Numerical Control Programming I Blueprint Reading, Sketching, CAD Ind Tech (Meas & Calcs) Machine Tool Technology II Machine Tool Adv Individual Projects Mastercam X Introduction to Welding Machine Tool Production Practices SolidWorks for Machine Shops Numerical Control Programming III Industrial Technology (Meas. & Calcs) Welding Layout and Fitting Beginning Arc, Flux-Core Welding and Blueprint Reading Beginning TIG, MIG, and Blueprint Reading Welding Skills Laboratory Introduction to Welding Welding Layout and Fitting Beginning Arc, Flux-Core Welding and Blueprint Reading Beginning TIG, MIG and Blueprint Reading Advanced Arc, Flux-Core Welding, and Blueprint Reading Advanced TIG, MIG, and Blueprint Reading Welding Skills Laboratory Advanced Welding Skills Laboratory Automotive Technology Fabrication and Installing Piping Systems Welding Inspection and Testing Advanced Pipe Welding 32

33 33 Degrees / Certificates Related to Manufacturing Laney College – Machining Programs – Welding Programs DeAnza, Manufacturing & CNC Technology Career Programs – Skills Certificate - Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Machine Operator Skills Certificate - Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Machine Operator – Skills Certificate - CAD/CAM - Mastercam Skills Certificate - CAD/CAM - Mastercam – Certificate of Achievement - Manufacturing Systems Technician Certificate of Achievement - Manufacturing Systems Technician – Certificate of Achievement Advanced / A.S. Degree - CNC Machinist Certificate of Achievement Advanced / A.S. Degree - CNC Machinist – Certificate of Achievement Advanced / A.S. Degree - Product Model Making Certificate of Achievement Advanced / A.S. Degree - Product Model Making – Certificate of Achievement Advanced / A.S. Degree - CNC/Research & Development Machinist Certificate of Achievement Advanced / A.S. Degree - CNC/Research & Development Machinist Cabrillo, Engineering Techology (Assoc & Certificates) & others (my apologies for not listing everyone) 33

34 34 Degrees / Certificates Related to Manufacturing (mapping) 34

35 35 Agenda 8:15 – 8:30 amCheck-in & networking (coffee & pastries) 8:30 – 9:00 Welcome and Introductions (Mark Martin) 9:00 – 9:30 Manufacturing in the Bay Area (Mark Martin) 9:30 – 9:45Community college programs 9:45 – 10:15“Why Manufacturing?” – (Dick Herman, President, 101MFG) 10:15 – 10:30 BREAK 10:30 – 11:30 Industry Panel Discussion – (GF, Life Technologies, Shell, Tesla) 11:30 – 12:15 General Foundry Overview & Tour 12:15 – 12:45 Box Lunch: Talk with industry reps


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