E-Blast, January 2018
E-Blast, January 2018
As a subscriber, you will receive this E-Blast to your inbox every month. The goal of the E-Blast is to keep everyone in the NFN Regional Consortium up-to-date on news, events and other activities happening both in our region and the state. If you would like something placed into the E-blast and/or NFNRC Calendar, please send the information to email@example.com (please submit by 5pm on the first Monday of the month to be included in that month’s newsletter).
A full calendar and more information can be found on the Member Hub of the NFNRC website.
View Press Release: Sierra College Announces New Social Entrepreneurship Class
Starting in January 2018
On Dec. 7th, over 300 high school and college counselors attended the third annual, sold out, CTE Counselor Conference funded through a collaboration between the regions Deputy Sector Navigators and the Greater Sacramento Regional K – 14 CTE TAP.
Contact Teri Munger for more information firstname.lastname@example.org
11/29 & 12/8 Manufacturing Industry Forums (pictured above). The four hour forums, attended by over 29 local businesses, heard presentations on:
• International trade
• Government contracting
• Business valuation
• Lean manufacturing
• Tour of Sierra College’s new “Advanced Manufacturing” facility
12/5 On December 5th, GoEngineer hosted an Additive Manufacturing and 3D Scanning Lunch n Learn at Tri Tool Inc. Participants learned from the experts while getting a first hand look at the Desktop Metal Studio System, Stratasys Polyjet and FDM printers, and Creaform 3D Scanners.
North Region Activities information provided by Steve Dicus email@example.com
February 8th and 9th, 2018 Deadline to register is Friday, January 12, 2018
Register today using the link below! View more information on the flyer.
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
January 9th, 11:30-4:00, Cosumnes River College
The purpose of this collaborative is to bring together faculty and administrators from regional colleges along with industry representatives, labor market experts, and workforce/economic development experts to discuss training needs and opportunities that lead into an array of career paths related to buildings and energy. At this first meeting we will explore labor market demand, industry perspectives, existing programs, best practices/success stories, potential new programs, and other related topics.
All are welcome to attend. Please spread the word. Please direct all questions and inquiries to: Orion Walker, email@example.com
• HWI has a statewide collaboration for Innovations in Health Occupations Education Conference on January 10-11, 2018. View the flyer or visit the HWI website: www.ca-hwi.org Link to pictures from last year’s event: https://ca-hwi.org/about-hwi/quick-links/hwi-innovations-in-health-occupations-education-conference
• View the flyer for New Faculty Orientation and Test Construction one-day workshop & hands-on training with Anne Brett in four locations statewide:
Monday, February 5, 2018 Sacramento
Wednesday, February 7, 2018 Fresno or Visalia
Thursday, February 8, 2018 Burbank
Friday, February 9, 2018, Ontario
For more information contact Trudy Old firstname.lastname@example.org
1/17/2018 – Hands on training provided by RobbJack of Lincoln 9:00 – 1:00. This activity is open to educators and industry. Topics to be covered:
• New programming techniques with CAD/CAM systems
• Cutter geometries to take advantage of new technologies
• Controlling heat generation
• Chatter reduction/ Dampening technologies
• Thin wall cutting
• How to get fast and easy data for any material
• Slitting saws vs End mills and when and how to use each
1/29/18 – Sac Valley SME sponsored a tour of Aerojet in Rancho Cordova. Limit to 20 participants. Contact Steve Dicus for reservations.
Contact Steve Dicus email@example.com for more information.
Temple Grandin talks to cows…and she’s coming to the Shasta College Theatre and the State Theatre in Red Bluff to talk to students and the public about her life and experiences in the fields of autism and animal behavior. Dr. Grandin is a professor at Colorado State University, has been inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and has had a Emmy Award winning movie made about her life. As a best-selling author and dynamic speaker Temple is sure to provide a learning experience unlike any other. Be sure to catch Temple Grandin on Thursday, February 22nd at 6:30pm at the Shasta College Theatre and again on Friday, February 23rd at 10:30am at the State Theatre in Red Bluff. Special thanks to the Shasta College Ag Leadership Club, in partnership with the Deputy Sector Navigator for Agriculture and Red Bluff High School for their work in bringing Temple Grandin to our communities to speak. Contact Heather Kelnhofer for more information firstname.lastname@example.org
The National Science Foundation is soliciting proposals for training-based workforce development programs for advanced cyberinfrastructure. Link to program description
The California Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) would appreciate your help in getting the word out about this federal funding opportunity to relevant contacts in workforce development, academia, and other stakeholder organizations. The deadline for proposals is February 14, 2018.
For questions about the specifics of the program, consult the Cybertraining solicitation at https://www.nsf.gov/publications/pub_summ.jsp?WT.z_pims_id=505342&ods_key=nsf18516 or email the program director, Sushil Prasad, at email@example.com.
Lake Tahoe Community College District in South Lake Tahoe, CA invites candidates to submit applications for a full-time, tenure track Wilderness Education Faculty position. Wilderness Education and Outdoor Leadership is poised to become a centerpiece of Lake Tahoe Community College’s vision to be California’s Premier Destination Community College. The successful candidate will take the lead in further developing the department area with emphasis on outdoor leadership, expeditionary learning, environmental leadership, snow skills, climbing, water skills, wilderness medicine, search and rescue, and related disciplines.
Complete applications must be received by noon on Tuesday, February 20, 2018 to be considered for this opening. Further details regarding this opportunity are provided by clicking here. To apply, please visit http://www.ltcc.edu/wilderness_fac. Questions may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or (530) 541-4660 x226.
Thank you to all who attended the Fall Conference in Palm Springs. Be on the look out for information regarding the Spring Conference.
Please RSVP to in-person Regional Meetings, visit NFNRC.org; click on the Contact and Meeting RSVPtab at the bottom right hand corner of the website.
• January 22: Coordinating Council Meeting 10am
• Jan 24-25: Regional Meeting beginning with dinner on the 24th Face to Face, Gold Miners Inn, Grass Valley, CA http://www.goldminersinn.com/ . Contact Melisse Boyd email@example.com for more information.
• February 1: Program Recommendation Call 9am
• February 5: DSN/Key Talent Call 9:30am