Welcome to CAMC
The Capital Area Manufacturing Council (CAMC) is an important business alliance in Mid-Michigan, represented by manufacturing executives and HR professionals.  A CAMC membership offers many benefits, such as increased knowledge of industries best practices by networking with innovative and forward-thinking peers, collaborated training efforts, outreach to Michigan’s youth, meaningful agendas at bi-monthly member meetings and industry tours. If you're a leader in the manufacturing community, we invite you to join! - Chris Turner, President of F.C. Mason, and CAMC Chair
 
CAMC Events

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CAMC Board Meeting
Quarterly meeting to develop agendas, meetings and strategies to support CAMC's mission and vision.

Member Spotlight

JAG Tours
The Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) program is dedicated to helping young people stay in school through graduation, pursue postsecondary education and secure quality entry-level jobs leading to career advancement opportunities.In an effort to educate students about possible career prospects, JAG program participants will visit three local employers: Ranch Life Plastics, Dowding Industries and Liquid Web.

CACC Showcase Event
The Capital Area Career Center (CACC) had their Year-end Student Showcase on May 6th, from 4-8PM. This was a great opportunity to meet talented 11 and 12 graders in machining, welding and engineering disciplines.  CAMC Executive Director, was on hand to talk with students and parents, as well as representatives from CAMC Members Demmer and Cameron Tool.

STEM Career Fair
Fairview Elementary in Lansing had a career fair on April 30!  CAMC Executive Director joined CAMC members Cameron Tool and Metalist International to talk to the kids about jobs in manufacturing and STEM.  The elementary school has recently become a public STEM Magnet program. This means they are taking the state standards to the next level with incorporating more Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics into our curriculum.  
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CAMC's Manufacturing University
Posted May 27, 2015

CAMC is proud to sponsor a summer camp for 7-9 graders -- Manufacturing University -- during the week of July 20-24! The class will take place at the Capital Area Career Center and will focus on welding, precision machining and a tour of local manufacturing facilities. If you'd like to showcase your facility on July 24, please contact Michelle Cordano, CAMC Executive Director.
 
CAMC Comp Survey Coming Soon!
Posted May 27, 2015

Geographic Insights has been chosen to develop CAMC's comprehensive survey, which will collect information such as compensation, trends, and benefits. A concise, easy-to-follow report summarizing the results of the survey will include number and types of respondents, pay ranges by job classification, an overview of benefit packages wage rates, demographic data, detailed benefit data, time-off policies, health and other insurances, retirement plans, work schedules, bonuses, and anything else that affects the total compensation package.

Target date for sending the survey to CAMC members is June 15, 2015.

 
Welcome IMPCO!
Posted March 31, 2015

IMPCO offers customers world leading solutions in, microfinishing systems, microfinishing process optimisation and research and development. They manufacture a full range of microfinishing solutions from flexible machines designed for low volume, high accuracy components through to dedicated OEM solutions and production rates. Learn more at www.impco.com!
 
Welcome Gerdau Steel!
Posted January 22, 2015

Gerdau Steel has joined CAMC! Gerdau Special Steel North America is an engineered bar producer headquartered in Jackson, Michigan with worldclass steel manufacturing mills in Michigan, Arkansas, and metal processing facilities in Indiana, Wisconsin, Michigan and Ohio.
The local facility in Lansing, Gerdau Special Steel Downstream division, specializes in heat treating services for cut metal blanks and customer supplied forgings and castings. They offer numerous metal processing capabilities including annealing, spheroidizing, normalizing, quench and temper and stress relieving as well as other value added services.

 
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2110 South Cedar
Lansing, MI 48910
(517) 492-5588
For more information about the
CAMC, contact Michelle Cordano
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