This year’s MCAA Student Chapter Competition project has been released to all participating student chapters. MCAA student chapter members have been tasked with developing a proposal to be the prime contractor on a chiller and cooling tower replacement project in the Penn South building in New York City.
Each month we will introduce an MCAA/MSCA woman leader, faculty advisor or student involved in our Women in the Mechanical Industry Initiative. These one minute videos will help you learn a little more about them, their careers, how they got into the industry and why WiMI is so valuable to them. This month we feature Stacy Johnson, President of Auburn Mechanical and Vice Chair of the Women in the Mechanical Industry Steering Committee.
MCAA student chapter members and member companies met in the nation’s capital September 19-21, 2019 for the MCAA GreatFutures Forum. The conference had first class speakers, networking opportunities and 3rd annual MCAA GreatFutures Job Fair. The fair connected 35 participating MCAA member companies, both contractors and manufacturer suppliers, and 150 students looking for internship, co-op and full-time job opportunities.
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The Waldinger Corporation had over 20 interns in their 2019 summer program located in Omaha, Des Moines, Wichita, Georgia and Florida. Waldinger interns stayed busy with two Summer Learning Events, Lunch and Learns, Friday Zooms, shop activities, dinners with company leaders, and intern social events.
Each month we will introduce an MCAA/MSCA woman leader, faculty advisor or student involved in our Women in the Mechanical Industry Initiative. This one minute video will help you learn a little more about them, their careers, how they got into the industry and why WiMI is so valuable to them. This month we feature Shaabini Alford, Vice President of Project Management and Design Build at Murray Company and past MCAA Student Chapter member.
On Thursday, May 9, the Mayor of Milwaukee proclaimed it the Milwaukee School of Engineering MCAA Student Chapter Day. This was in honor of the chapter winning the MCAA19 Student Competition. This year’s project details were generously provided by Harrell-Fish of Bloomington, Indiana. The project
The 2019 MCAA GreatFutures Forum will showcase our nation’s history while focusing on our industry’s future when it lands in the nation’s capital, Washington, D.C. This year’s conference will be held in at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park from Thursday, September 19 – Saturday, September
The team from Milwaukee School of Engineering won the final round of the Student Chapter Competition at MCAA19, taking home the first prize and $10,000 for their efforts. Their proposal for the renovation of Indiana University’s Memorial Football Stadium beat out proposals from McMaster University, the University of Missouri – Columbia and the Wentworth Institute of Technology.
Pittsburg State University chapter won the Student Chapter of the Year at MCAA19. The chapter was selected based on how well it promotes an understanding of the mechanical industry and the career opportunities offered.
MCERF announced the recipients of four MCERF Scholarships created to honor the industry leaders they are named after. The students receiving these scholarships were selected for their academic performance, leadership skills, and interest in developing a career in the mechanical industry.
During the Student Chapter Exhibit at MCAA19, students from top schools showcased their chapters’ successes and discussed internship and job opportunities with member companies.