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May 17th, Job fair & Scholarship Awards Night

AWS Milwaukee Sections 1st Job Fair. The only job fair focused on careers in welding. Everyone is looking for welders, student as well as veteran welders will be here. We also have weld related careers in attendance such as weld shop managers, weld technicians, welding inspectors, robotic welding operators and welding instructors. Come find the jobs and find the right people for your job. Employers and job seekers should apply immediately. Space is limited, make sure you are there, make sure your company is represented. This is the place to make that next step. Find a way to move up and discover your star employee.

SCHEDULE

4:30 PM - Check in
5:00 – 6:40 PM - Job Fair

Optional later events
6:40 PM - Dinner and Scholarship Awards

DIRECTIONS
Tanner-Paull Hall
6922 W. Orchard St.
Milwaukee, WI 53214

REGISTRATION DETAILS

Job Fair Attendance is FREE
Job fair Employer table $30 with 1 meal.
Member and Non-Member meal $20.
Student meal $5

 Registering and paying via PayPal below:

Cost (Attendance Is Free!)

Or contacting: Nathan Liszewski at Weldit414@gmail.com, or leaving a voice mail registration at 414-364-3919.

Find us on Facebook: Friends of AWS Milwaukee

We hope to see you there!
Sincerely,
The AWS Milwaukee Section Board

Printable Notice

 

   

Mark your calendar with the list of upcoming AWS Milwaukee Section events. There is lots of exciting stuff to still be a part of.

Take notice and prepare, the AWS Job Fair is coming up. We still have a few more openings for potential employers to get reservations. In the meantime welders and those in weld related fields should start updating their resume now. This event has been made for you and has been asked for by many companies and members.

Contact your section chairman Nathan Liszewski weldit414@gmail.com 414-364-3919 if you have any questions about upcoming events.

September
9/21/17—Max Weiss Company

October (2 Events)
10/14/17 Memorial Clay Shoot, Wern Valley
10/19/17 Bucks Arena Jobsite tour

November
11/8/17---Fabtech Charter busses

December
12/7/17- Past chairs night, Milwaukee Blacksmith

January
CANCELED - 1/25/18 - Element Testing Laboratory (PDH's), New Berlin
February
2/15/18 - Bruno manufacturing tour, Oconomowoc

March
Thursday, March 29th Tour of Eaton Cooper Power Systems 600,000 square foot fabrication facility in Waukesha.

April
Thursday, April 26th Tour of Steelwind Industries, INC. in Oak Creek Wisconsin.

May
Job Fair & Scholarship night

Find us on Facebook: Friends of AWS Milwaukee

We hope to see you there!
Sincerely,
The AWS Milwaukee Section Board

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Local Manufacturer Brightens Hospitalized Children's Holiday



On December 2nd, 2011, the management team at Steelwind
Industries participated in the Children's Hospital toy drive at the
Farm N' Fleet in Oak Creek sponsored by Sports Radio 1250.
Steelwind donated 14 shopping carts of assorted toys totaling
$5700.00.


    Robotic Arc Welding Market Trends
Tuesday, June 2, 2015
   

The biannual meeting of the NRAWC 2015 was a 3-day event that included keynote speaker Stefan Lampa, CEO for KUKA Robotics. Stefan came from Germany to be our keynote speaker on robotic arc welding market trends.



Stefan Lampa during his keynote


    A Discussion on Failure Analysis
Thursday, February 19, 2015
   

Dr. Stanley Weiss gave an informative presentation on what the failure analysis process is, how it is performed, and the importance of using it to prevent future failures.  Several case studies were presented, including the "Big Blue" crane collapse at Miller Park, the Falk Corporation explosion, and the Hyatt Regency walkway collapse in Kansas City. The case studies included numerous photos and videos.  Forty-four people attended and PDHs were awarded at the conclusion.



In photo (from left to right - click on it to view in full):
Mrs. Barbra Stanely Weiss; Sue Siverstein; Paul Fischer, Section Chair; Bob Bruss, Past Chair, and Nate Liszewski, Publicity; Dr. Stanley Weiss

More photos (click on them to view in full):












    Trivia Night
Thursday, January 22, 2015
   

On January 23rd the AWS Milwaukee Section hosted its third annual annual Trivia Night. It was a Jeopardy-like game using welding, metallurgy, logos, NDT and other related fields for questions. It was a lot of fun testing one’s knowledge and to pick up new knowledge. PDHs and medals were handed out.


In picture (click on it to view in full):
Trivia Winners from left to right: Ken Karwowski, Karen Gilgenbach, Chris Albanese, Ryan Baron, Jeremy Cudnowski
Paul Fischer, Anni VanDyke, Nathan Liszewski


    Trivia Night
Thursday, January 23, 2014
   

On January 23rd the AWS Milwaukee Section hosted its second annual Trivia Night. Six teams answered questions on welding related topics including safety, NDT, metallurgy, and more. The winning team received medals and a Weld Trivia Championship Belt.


In picture (click on it to view in full): (back) Milan Blagojevick, Tyler Willingham, Nicholas Black, Thomas Johnson, Dan Galligan, Jenifer Hildabrant, Tim Keller, Jim Johannsen III (front) Kenneth Thomas, Scott Whitman


Holiday Party and Past Chair's Night
Thursday, December 19, 2013


In picture (click on it to view in full): (Left to Right)Robert Bruss, Roger Edge, David Biddle, Gail Beyer II, Robert Schuster, Craig Wentzel, Ken Karwowski, John Albanese


An evening with Dr. Pradeep Rohatgi and Scholarship Night
Thursday, May 17, 2012

Dr. Pradeep K. Rohatgi presented a fascinating presentation on advanced lightweight materials being developed at UWM Composite Center including metal matrix micro and nanocomposites, metal matrix syntactic foams, self lubricating, self healing and self cleaning materials. Many of these materials have micro and nanosize ceramic particles, including hollow microballoons dispersed in the matrix of metallic alloys. Welding of these materials presents problems of movements of reinforcements and their reactions with molten alloy during fusion welding.

In picture of scholarship winners(click on it to view in full): (Left to Right) Preston Lipsey, Donnell McCarty, Wenford Brown, Dean Robaczek, Preston Harris, Terrell Henderson, Kyle Humer, Demetri Jackson, Anthony Stalewski, Benjamin Patulski, Ulysses Jones, Ben Majeske, Christine Knops


Tour of Friction Stir Link
Thursday, March 15, 2012

We had a plant tour of Friction Stir Link, Inc. and a presentation by John and Dan at The Loft and Chapel. A very enlightening presentation showing the history, current technology/ products, and where FSL is headed into the future. Products include the manufacturing all aluminum deck houses for the Navy’s newest Littoral Combat Ships, like the USS Freedom and the USS Fort Worth. Other products include innovative manufacturing of truck trailer beds and rail car floors.


In pictures (click on it to view in full): (Left to Right) John Hinrichs, Co Founder/V.P. Technology of FSL, and Dan Rawson, Design & Manufacturing Engineer at FSL for both pictures.


Welding Hands On Night
Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Our annual Hands on Night Meeting was held at the Oak Creek campus of Milwaukee Area Technical College (MATC). 75 people were in attendance, plus exhibitors, instructors and students. Highlights of the night were Friction Stir Link live presentation of friction stir welding, Lincoln Electric Virtual Welder, ESAB and Miller Electric hands on displays.

In picture (click on it to view in full): (Left to Right) Steve Henderlieter, MATC welding graduate; Rebecca Alsup-Kingery, Associate Dean at MATC; Roger Warren, AWS Milwaukee board Member; Mark Koehler, MATC Weld Instructor; and Sue Silverstein, MATC Welding Instructor (Front Right)



In picture (click on it to view in full): (Left to Right) Jerry Opichka, FSL Technician; John Hinrichs, Chairman of FSL; and Scott Gillis, FSL Technician