Annual Dinner and
December 11, 2019 | Courtyard Boston Marlborough Hotel | 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Like all trades, the steel fabrication industry is challenged today with finding and keeping qualified workers. To help members begin to address the workforce shortage, SFNE hosted a Workforce Development conversation during their December 11th Annual Dinner Meeting.
The program featured Brett Melvin, the founder of Bridging America’s Gap, (BAG) a workforce development organization created to address the skills gap dilemma. Before Brett started GAP, he created a similar organization for the crane, rigging and specialized transportation industry that developed and implemented 9 career skills type events around the country bringing over 5,000 students, educators and businesses together.
As a non-profit organization, BAG works to align all sides of industry to a shared vision, and then lead them in the development of a solution to their skills gap challenge. Through collaboration with students, educators and businesses, they work towards the common goal of bringing the next generation into the skilled trades industries.
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SFNE Dinner Meetings provide a great sponsorship opportunity for vendors who want to demonstrate support for SFNE and increase visibility in the New England marketplace. During the networking reception, fabricator attendees meet with industry trade partners. All sponsorship levels include a tabletop, sign, your linked logo on the SFNE website, sponsor ribbons for all company attendees and special recognition during the dinner and in the marketing materials.
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