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MFG Day Events in the Hudson Valley

Students at Mfg Day

We will kick off Manufacturing Day here in the Hudson Valley early with Pine Bush High School’s First Annual Career night on October 4th from 6:30 – 8:30 at PBHS. We are inviting HV Manufacturers to register for an exhibitor booth to help inform students and parents about manufacturing jobs in the Hudson Valley.

Join over 30 Hudson Valley Manufacturers already committed to help educate parents and students about the importance of Manufacturing and potential career paths. Participating companies will have the opportunity to connect with over 250 students, their parents, and educators and discuss current and potential jobs including internships, part-time employment and apprenticeships. Help us spread the word about the importance of Manufacturing in the Hudson Valley. Find out what companies will be there below.

Then on MFG Day, October 5th we will be broadcasting live from EFCO Products, Inc. in Poughkeepsie with Tom Sipos on Hudson Valley Live. You can tune in at News Radio 1450 WKIP on iHeartRadio or 1450 on your AM radio dial. The show starts at 6 am and will feature a lineup of local manufacturers discussing the issues affecting their companies. We hope you will listen in.

Later in the day, several companies are hosting local students for tours. Ametek Rotron in Woodstock will be hosting students from Pine Bush and Sono-Tek in Milton will be giving tours to students from Highland. Nexans will be holding an event at their facility in Chester, NY as well.

It is never too late to take part in MFG Day. You can still sign up for the career fair with this link. You can also contact us if you would like to host a tour or open house. Events are not limited to October 5th, you can make any day MFG Day by opening your door to the public and raising their awareness of the importance and rewards of manufacturing.

Companies taking part in the Career fair at PBHS:

  • Pratt & Whitney, Aerospace Company – Middletown, NY
  • Allendale Machine Systems, Machine Tool Distributor of HAAS equipment – Allendale, NJ
  • Lloydz Motor Workz, Performance Parts to Riders of Victory and Indian Motorcycles, Pine Bush, NY
  • Ametek Rotron, Military & Aerospace Products – Woodstock, NY
  • Fala Technologies, Industrial Equipment Manufacturing, Semiconductor & Green Energy – Kingston, NY
  • Nexans, Advanced Cabling and Connectivity Solutions – Chester, NY
  • LoDolce Machine, Manufacturing Parts and Components for Military, Transportation and Computers – Saugerties, NY
  • Stanfordville Machines, Precision CNC Machining – Poughkeepsie, NY
  • Tompkins Mahopac Bank, Associate Member and Supporter of Mfg Workforce Initiatives
  • SUNY Orange, Middletown and Newburgh Campus, NY
  • Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) – Albany Region, NY
  • Society for Manufacturing Engineers – SME
  • Mechanical Rubber, Custom Manufacturer, Transportation, Defense, Industrial – Warwick, NY
  • METCAR, Engineering Carbon / Graphite Solutions, Ossining, NY
  • Usheco, Inc, Manufacturing Custom Plastic Parts – Kingston, NY
  • Selux, Innovated Lighting Solutions – Highland, NY
  • Cambridge Security Seals, Manufacturer of High Security Loss Prevention Seals – Pomona, NY
  • SUNY Ulster, Community College offering Credit and Non-Credit Courses – Kingston and Stone Ridge, NY
  • Zierick, Manufacturing Complex Interconnection Requirements for HVAC, Automotive, Industrial, Medical and Security – Mt. Kisco, NY
  • Princeton Upholstery Co, Furniture Manufacturer – Middletown, NY
  • Mokai, Designers, Engineers and Manufacturers of Unique Watercraft – Newburgh

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Join Us for HV Manufacturing Career Exploration Night on October 4

On October 4th we will be partnering with Pine Bush High School for the first annual Manufacturing Career Night.

We are inviting HV Manufacturers to register for an exhibitor booth to help inform students and parents about manufacturing jobs in the Hudson Valley.

Participating companies will have the opportunity to connect with over 150 students, their parents, and educators and discuss current and potential jobs including internships, part-time employment, and apprenticeships.

We expect over 150 students and parents to attend plus students from school districts throughout the Hudson Valley.

Join The Council of Industry and Hudson Valley Manufacturers to:

  • Help increase Manufacturing Awareness’ with Parents, Students, Teachers and Administrators
  • Connect with students to promote current and future jobs including possible internships, summer jobs, apprenticeships and long-term career opportunities.
  • Visit and tour Pine Bush High School’s manufacturing/engineering classrooms, check out their projects that have gained national recognition and meet the students enrolled in these programs.
  • Support High School Principal, Aaron Hopmayeras he continues to advocate for Manufacturing and skilled trade education through project-based learning and the launch of an SME Prime High School – designed to customize a curriculum to cultivate employees for local Manufacturing employers.
  • Capitalize on the marketing and advocacy initiatives of this high-profile event including radio, digital and educator publicity.

Participating Companies To Date:

Pratt & Whitney, Aerospace Company – Middletown, NY 

Allendale Machine Systems, Machine Tool Distributor of HAAS equipment – Allendale, NJ

Lloydz Motor Workz, Performance Parts to Riders of Victory and Indian Motorcycles, Pine Bush, NY

Ametek Rotron, Military & Aerospace Products – Woodstock, NY 

Fala Technologies, Industrial Equipment Manufacturing, Semiconductor & Green Energy – Kingston, NY

Nexans, Advanced Cabling and Connectivity Solutions – Chester, NY

LoDolce Machine, Manufacturing Parts and Components for Military, Transportation and Computers – Saugerties, NY

Stanfordville Machines, Precision CNC Machining – Poughkeepsie, NY 

Thompkins Mahopac Bank, Associate Member and Supporter of Mfg Workforce Initiatives 

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