Check out the great new Optics Manufacturing Technician Apprenticeship Brochure! They are looking for companies nationwide to partner with, please contact Ross Micali at Monroe Community College with questions or for additional information, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Manufacturing Engineer has a high-level of technical expertise and is responsible for the development and improvement of manufacturing processes by analyzing and evaluating product and manufacturing methodology. They will have substantial experience in the fabrication of optical components.
We are looking for a self-starter, independent team addition to head up the sales effort for the company’s high precision metrology instruments. Please see the full job description by clicking the link below.
Arizona Photonics Days to be offered in March 2021
Call for 2021 APOMA Board Nominations
Funding for Registered Apprenticeships
Microdiamant acquires Eminess Technologies to become the leading global supplier of surface finishing solutions for high-tech materials. The acquisition significantly expands Microdiamant’s international presence and solution offerings while securing a key position in high growth market segments. Click HERE for complete details!
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Featuring a request for your support for the new Optics & Photonics Caucus, as well as updates on the APOMA Bylaws/elections and virtual optics training from MCC. https://conta.cc/31XvoVP
After much consideration within the APOMA leadership team, the upcoming Colorado Tech Workshop slated for November 2020 has been postponed until 2022. However, much of the course material has already been created and we are working on ways to distribute the content to you. The insights from our courses and speakers will be made available through various digital platforms.
Please keep an eye out in your inbox for further information. Thank you for your continued support and please take care and be safe.
APOMA Board President-Elect and 2020 Tech Workshop Chair
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