The IPC Education Foundation (IPCEF) hosted its STEM Student Outreach Event on February 6 at IPC APEX EXPO in San Diego. Nine local high schools attended bringing 193 students and 30 educators from Mission Hills High School, Morse High School, North County Trade Tech High School, Saint Marcos High School, E3 Civic High School, Point Loma High School, Otay Ranch High School, Mount Miguel High School, Otay Ranch High School—Girls in STEM. Twice as many students were able to participate this year, and each participating high school received a $1,000 grant and soldering station to enhance STEM-related learning at their school.
Meet Sharon Cohen, one of our newest I-Connect007 columnists! Sharon’s columns will share Orbotech’s expert knowledge on how to maximize the value of manufacturing systems. Mr. Sharon Cohen is the president of Orbotech West, where he is responsible for the PCB division’s organization in North America and EMEA (Europe, Middle East, and Africa).
With market demands and expectations constantly and quickly evolving, every organization should take the time to look inward and evaluate the level of satisfaction it provides to its customers. In his debut column, Sharon Cohen...
Much of "The Simple Truths of Service: Inspired by Johnny the Bagger" by Barbara Glanz and Ken Blanchard was inspired by a supermarket bagger named Johnny. In case you think your company is too pedestrian to lead the way...
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