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Addressing the Skills Gap. In 2005 the NAM’s Manufacturing Institute launched the Dream It. Do It. Initiative in recognition of the skills shortage developing in the U.S. Results from a survey of over 12,000 companies revealed: # 1 threat to our business – #2 – . Healthcare Costs.

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Addressing the Skills Gap

In 2005 the NAM’s Manufacturing Institute launched the Dream It. Do It. Initiative in recognition of the skills shortage developing in the U.S.

Results from a survey of over 12,000 companies revealed:

#1 threat to our business –

#2 –

Healthcare Costs

Skills (talent) Shortage

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Sept. 2006

Nebraska created the Nebraska Advanced Manufacturing Coalition (NAMC) to support Nebraska’s Dream It. Do It. Initiative.

Governor Dave Heineman, Tony Raimondo, Phyllis Eisen, and Amber Mestl kick -off the Dream!tDo!t Initiative in Nebraska.

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Nebraska Area Directors

And Career Dream Team Mentors

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Helping students, parents, and educators understand global challenges and education paths to obtain skills that lead to good paying careers in Advanced Manufacturing and RELATED BUSINESSESto strengthen our regional economy.

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~15% of students have a dream

85% uncertain/in a search

Our opportunity to reach out and help

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The Problem:

Parents say: “Get a Four Year Degree”

You should say: “In What?”

STEM, Marketing/Sales, Accounting, Business, IT, etc.

Why? – Pursue education paths to achieve

EMPLOYABLE SKILLS

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EMPLOYABLE SKILLS will lead to numerous career opportunities -- increasing your market value and giving you the opportunity to work in a variety of economic segments.

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NAMC Goals in Action

Reaching out to PARENTS, EDUCATORS, STUDENTS

  • Career Dream Team Radio Program
  • Career Dream Team Mentoring
  • Twitter Campaign (Hurrdat)
  • Career Fairs, Classroom Visits, Student Tours, Job Shadowing, Internships, Boy Scout Explorer Post
  • Educator Tours
  • CEENBoT
  • Website / Facebook / YouTube / DVD / Movie Trailers
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Fall 2011

Community College

Four Year Degree Path

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Official Certification

2011

Congratulations – you are a valued Career Dream Team Member!

Name

We thank you for your continued supportand welcome you to the next level as a:

Career Dream Team Mentor

As a Mentor of the Dream It Do It Career Dream Team program in Nebraska, you will be encouraged to mentor students by participating in:

  • Classroom Visits
  • Career Fairs
  • Mentoring Programs
  • Radio Interviews
  • DVD’s
  • Movie Trailers

Using your experience to expand the awareness of education paths that lead to good paying advanced technology careers in manufacturing and related businesses.

Tony Raimondo, Chairman

Dwayne Probyn, Executive Director

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Radio Interview with Jim Rose

Career Dream Team Mentoring

  • Career Fairs
  • Classroom Visits
  • Manufacturing/Related Business Tours
  • Job Shadowing
  • Internships
  • Radio Interviews
  • DVD
  • Community Events

High School Career Fair

Classroom Presentation

2010 Dream It. Do It. lunch with Governor Heineman

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Hurrdat Social Media Campaign

CHALLENGE: Use social media to reach youth demographic, introduce DIDI Nebraska

PLAN: DIDI Nebraska partnered with Hurrdat to use professional athletes with a major social media influence in the state

RESULTS: In 6 months, DIDI’s message reached 616,874 social media users, driving 6,031 clicks to the website.

Hurrdat has influencers in every state with a DIDI Initiative

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A Manufacturing Renaissance!

The NAM (National Association of Manufacturers) has a four-point strategic plan for economic growth and jobs.

Goal 1: The United States will be the best place in the world to manufacture and attract foreign direct investment.

Goal 2: The United States will expand access to global markets to enable manufacturers to reach the 95% of consumers who live outside our borders.

Goal 3: Manufacturers in the United States will have the workforce that the 21st-century economy requires.

Goal 4: Manufacturers in the United States will be the world’s leading innovators.

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Manufacturing Renaissance!

RESHORING

MANUFACTURING IS COMING BACK TO THE U.S.

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RESHORING

SOME EXAMPLES OF MANUFACTURING COMING BACK OR STAYING IN THE U.S.

Caterpiller– building a $120 million plant in Victoria, TX to make giant earthmovers; some models were previously built in Japan.

Master Lock – bringing 300 jobs back from China to Milwaukee.

General Electric –invested $93 million in refurbishing a plant in Bloomington, IN (700 jobs). Also invested $80 million a water heater plant in Louisville, KY (400 jobs) rather than produce in Asia.

Whirlpool decided to break ground on a new $200 million plant in Cleveland, TN rather than send the 1,500 jobs overseas.

Buck Knives – bringing production to Idaho from China

Otis Elevator – moving several operations to a new plant in SC from Nogales, Mexico

The Outdoor GreatRoom Company – bringing production back to MN from China.

Jarden – bringing production back from China

Dow Chemical, NCR, Sauder Woodworking, GF AgieCharmilleshave all brought overseas production back to the US in the past 3 years.

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Manufacturing Renaissance!

G.E. CEO reports moving the appliance business unit back to the United States from Mexico

10 hours of labor in Mexico =

2 hours in United States

THIS ISADVANCED MANUFACTURING!

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U.S. Manufacturers are failing to fill thousands of vacant jobs -- surprising when 14 million people are searching for work.

  • Technology giant Siemens Corp., has over 3,000 jobs open all over the country. More than half require science, technology, engineering, and math-related skills.
  • A survey by ManpowerGroup found that a record 52% of U.S. employers have difficulty filling critical positions within their organizations.
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The Public’s View on the importance and image of manufacturing

Percentage of respondents who believe the manufacturing industry is very important to our . . .

Source: Deloitte

2011 Survey

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The Public’s View on the importance and image of manufacturing

Percentage of respondents who strongly agree or agree with each statement . . .

Source: Deloitte

2011 Survey

dream it do it and nam endorsed certification states

Dream It. Do It.

Sites and Regions

  • Alabama
  • Arizona
  • Connecticut
  • Florida
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Iowa
  • Kentucky
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Mississippi
  • Nebraska
  • Nevada
  • New York
  • Ohio
  • South Carolina
  • Texas
  • Virginia
  • Washington
  • Wisconsin
Dream It. Do It. And NAM Endorsed Certification States

Dream!tDo!t Sites

the nam endorsed manufacturing skills certification system

Aligned to Global Manufacturing Competitiveness

Nationally Portable

Third-Party Validated (ISO/ANSI Preferred)

Industry-Driven

Data Based and Supported

The NAM-Endorsed Manufacturing Skills Certification System
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Create Profile

Assess Yourself

Identify Learning

Match + Connect

Explore Careers

  • Get Started
  • Create Digital Portfolio
  • Build and upload online resume
  • Create a Footprint
  • Assess Skills/Interests
  • See how MOC/MOS map to high demand careers
  • Optional ACT WorkKeys Profile CRC
  • Close Your Skill Gap
  • Find required education or training
  • Required Certifications
  • Virtual Training Option
  • Mentors & Internships
  • Make Career Choices
  • Day-in-Life Videos
  • View job opportunities (state/region, industry)
  • Identify Skill Gaps to obtain the job
  • Communicate with industry/career mentors
  • Land a Job
  • Search for jobs
  • Employers can connect based on match strength
  • Connect and Interview

U.S. Talent Pipeline – Veterans Pilot Program

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Tony Raimondo, Chairman NAMC tony.raimondo@behlenmfg.com (402) 563-7311

Juli Thelen, Public Relations Director NAMCjuli.thelen@behlenmfg.com (402) 563-7268

www.dreamit-doit.com/Nebraska