The Bay Area Manufacturers Association Board announced today that Willy Schweikert (Director of Advanced Programs Engineering for Raytheon) has been appointed Honorary Chair of the Bay Area Manufacturers Association STEM Goes to Work initiative.
“I speak for all of the officers and directors of the Bay Area Manufacturers Association Board in wholeheartedly welcoming Mr. Schweikert to this important roll “I’ve known Willy personally and professionally for many years, and his energy, integrity and keen vision will bring an increased strength to our STEM mission and programs.” Steven Meitzen Past-President said
In recognition of the significant role of teachers in shaping their students’ STEM experiences, the Bay Area Manufacturers Association Board are partnering with manufacturers and schools to present the STEM students tours of locale manufacturers. Open to current 7th to 12th grade students.
“Contributing to the great work of the Bay Area Manufacturers Association will be an honor and privilege. Engineering plays a vital role in everything we do.”, said Willy, “I look forward to helping STEM students and their teachers realize the importance of Engineering and maximize their capability to provide the best and brightest workforce of the future. It’s truly exciting to join the BAMA STEM mission and help accelerate the momentum of student tours of manufacturers and other STEM initiatives which will recognize one of America’s greatest treasures: STEM students and their teachers.”
For More information contact : Steven C. Meitzen, Clairson Plastics, 813.786.1125