Manufacturing Week Blasts Off


October means more than Octoberfest and Halloween. It means manufacturing. Opportunities abound this month to experience what manufacturing means to the community and to students looking for a challenging and rewarding career.

The Sacramento Valley Manufacturing Initiative (SVMI) is participating in a full slate of activities that began Monday October 1 with an introduction to manufacturing at the City of Rancho Cordova City Council meeting and ending with a tour of Pacific Coast Producers in Woodland on October 19th.

In between, we’ve got:

  • Making your Mark Award Ceremony on Oct. 5
  • Ceronix of Auburn tour on Oct.5
  • Ceratizit of Rancho Cordova Tour on Oct 5.
  • Rocklin Mini Maker Faire at Sierra College on Oct. 6
  • Valley High School Career Fair at Siemens on Oct. 10
  • Siemens tour on Oct. 11
  • High school student presentations by Tri Tool, Stewart Tools, Garner Products, Harris & Bruno, Siemens and JL Haley.

Calendar of Events

Click Here for the Faire Website!
SVMI Participants

  • Siemens
  • Tri Tool
  • JL Haley
  • Robotics Evolution
    • Harris & Bruno
    • S & S Machine

10/5, 10 am Power Inn Make Your Mark Sacramento
10/5, 11 am Ceratizit (formerly Pro Max Tools) Rancho Cordova
10/5, 10 am Ceronix Auburn
10/11 TBD Siemens Sacramento
10/19, 9 am Pacific Coast Producers (PCP) Woodland

10/8 Cosumnes Oaks Robotics Evolution
10/10 Valley HS Career FairSiemens
10/15 Kinney HS Tri Tool
10/15 Oak Ridge HS Stewart Tool
10/15 Folsom HS JL Haley
10/15 Rocklin HS Garner Products
10/15 Lincoln HS Harris & Bruno
10/16 Roseville HS Harris & Bruno
10/16 Whitney HS Garner Products
10/17 Laguna Creek HS Siemens
10/18 Florin HS Siemens
10/19 Florin HS Siemens
TBD Rosemont HS Robotics Evolution

10/1 Rancho Cordova City Council
10/2 Marysville City Council
10/3 Yuba City City Council
10/9 Yolo County Board of Supervisors
10/9 Rocklin City Council
10/10 Elk Grove City Council
10/16 Sacramento City Council
10/16 Woodland City Council
10/17 Roseville City Council
10/17 West Sacramento City Council

About SVMI

SVMI is focused on the development of a regional workforce to meet the complex needs of 21st century manufacturing. Our efforts will ensure that the Sacramento area is viewed as a region of manufacturing excellence with a globally competitive manufacturing sector and a solid pipeline of skilled workers to showcase our region’s success and expansion.

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