- Organizations to Work Together to Support Early Career Engineers and Manufacturers
SME, the professional association committed to advancing manufacturing and developing a skilled workforce, and Women in Manufacturing (WiM), a trade association dedicated to supporting, promoting, and inspiring women who have chosen a career in manufacturing, announced a reciprocal student membership program. The reciprocal memberships allow students pursuing education in manufacturing-related fields to pay one $40 fee to become student members of both associations, with access to the resources and network of both.
“SME and Women in Manufacturing each understand that attracting and supporting early career professionals into manufacturing is key to our industry’s continued growth,” said Bob Willig, Executive Director and CEO of SME. “Our reciprocal membership agreement will help hundreds, even thousands of students to begin their careers and infuse fresh energy into our industry, and we’re proud to partner with WiM to expand our mutual support of these audiences.”
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- Access to exclusive newsletters, webinars, and podcasts from both WiM and SME
- Job boards and access to hiring employers
- Discounted registration to regional and national SME and WiM events
- Expanded networks of peers to share information and experience