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 member meetings and industry tours. If you're a leader in the manufacturing community, we invite you to join! - Michelle Cordano, CAMC Executive Director. 
 

CAMC Events

May
15

CAMC Board Meeting

Develop agendas/programs for meetings, provide counsel to executive director, establish committees and...
Jun
02

CAMC Job Fair

Fifteen local manufacturers will gather to share job opportunties and collect resumes.  

Member Spotlight

Alro Steel & Capital Steel and Wire: Riding the Waves!
CAMC Members Alro Steel and Capital Steel and Wire are riding the air waves of WLNS & WLAJ TV this month, as part of CAMC's Michigan Manufacturing Connect (MMC)! Check out their videos (below)! You can also see these videos on social media channels, such as CAMC Facebook, MMC Facebook and WLNS.com (target marketing).  Join the 2017-18 campaign and you can:
  • Help CAMC get the word out about GREAT jobs in manufacturing
  • Showcase your company, your employees, your jobs
  • Education our community on a future in manufacturing
Find out more.  



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2017 CAMC Member Survey
Posted April 20, 2017

Let's take a pulse on CAMC! Please take a few minutes to fill out the 2017 CAMC Annual Member Survey and tell us how we are doing! Last year, the top three benefits identified by CAMC members were:
  1. Increased knowledge of industries best practices by networking with peers
  2. Awareness of opportunities with CAMC's partners (CAMW!, LCC, MMTC, LEAP, local ISD's, etc.)
  3. CAMC's Annual Compensation & Benefits Survey/Report
Will it be different this year? We'll soon find out. Thank you for your membership!

 
It's Not to Late to Participate!
Posted April 20, 2017

MSU will wrap up the distribution of the CAMC Retention survey in May! If you'd like to be part of this research study, please contact Michelle Cordano ASAP.

The GREAT thing about this initiative is that MSU will distribute, collect and analyze the data for each CAMC member, at no cost! And, they will give you an individualized report for your company!

A special thanks to Vernon Miller, Ph.D and Kenneth Levine, Ph.D of MSU's College of Communication Arts and Sciences who have worked diligently to develop, distribute these surveys!

 
LCC Advanced Manufacturing Advisory Committee Breakfast Meeting
Posted April 20, 2017

The Technical Careers Division at Lansing Community College is hosting an Advisory Committee for Advanced Manufacturing on Friday May 5 from 7:00 to 9:00 a.m. at the LCC West Campus. They are looking for industry experts to provide feedback regarding the structure of their Manufacturing Engineering Technology (MET) Programs. With your help, LCC can best meet the current and future education and training needs of the manufacturing industry. If you are interested in attending, please RSVP by Wednesday, April 26 to Dani LaFleur at lafleurd@lcc.edu or (517) 483-1385 .
 

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CAMC Message Board
Share your insights/issues and best practices with other CAMC members!  Simply log in to the CAMC website, scroll to the bottom of the page, click on “Message Boards.”

Membership Directory
Log in to search the CAMC membership directory to gain access to contact information for peer-to-peer consulting. 

CAMC's Michigan Manufacturing Connect
Check out CAMC's communications campaign in 2015 -- Michigan Manufacturing Connect.  Enjoy 17 unique and high-quality videos that are designed to educate our community on the great jobs that are available in the manufacturing industry, right here in Mid-Michigan!

Michigan Manufacturing Cluster Workforce Analysis
This report analyzes several labor market measures including employment concentration, trends, and forecasts; key occupations; education program completers; and workforce demographics. 
 

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