SME and ND. Partnership For The Next Level. Who is the Society of Manufacturing Engineers?.
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For more than 77 years, the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) has been the place Where Manufacturing Comes Together. Founded in 1932 with 33 members. Formed amid the Great Depression by a group of tool engineers and master mechanics, the organization looked to collaborate on how to build what would give the Motor City its name — the automobile.
Today, SME is the world's leading professional society supporting manufacturing education. Through its member programs, publications, expositions and professional development resources, SME promotes an increased awareness of manufacturing engineering and helps keep manufacturing professionals up to date on leading trends and technologies. Headquartered in Michigan, SME has members in more than 70 countries and is supported by a network of hundreds of technical communities and chapters worldwide. SME's members hail from diverse manufacturing industries, including aerospace and defense, automotive and transportation, medical and many, many more.
As you work to continuously advance the knowledge and skills of your current work force, SME's prestigious Certifications are a way to ensure your workforce stays ahead of the competition.
Find better hires today.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that, each year through 2012, employers will be seeking nearly 300,000 new engineers and technicians. SME Jobs Connection can help find candidates who have the skills and experience to hit the ground running.
SME Education Foundation's student programs, scholarships and grants are comprehensive, nationwide efforts that may aid your organization in getting the bright stars of tomorrow.
SME is not just for engineers. It is for anyone who has a passion and drive to better themselves and their company as a member of the Manufacturing Industry or as a supplier to Manufacturing Industries.
1 year - $125.00
2 years - $225.00
3 years - $318.75
Should you decide to become a member of SME, DDA will sponsor your company
“Even though I am not an engineering student, the contacts I made through my student chapter of SME at UTSA helped me to obtain my current position as an Intern at IBM in Austin, Texas. This internship could turn into a long term employment opportunity for me. Manufacturing is not just machines and production; the support of manufacturing operations also holds enormous opportunities.”
Than Nguyen, IBM Intern, Computer Science Major
University of Texas at San Antonio
“One of my great joys is providing an avenue for young students to explore their potential through cutting edge research in advanced manufacturing. Through the years I have been an officer in multiple SME professional chapters and currently serve as the advising professor for a student chapter. Through plant tours and seminars, SME provides exposure to the practical manufacturing environment that enables growth for students beyond that available in the classroom. Well rounded graduates make successful employees and members of society.”
Dr. Can Saygin, Assoc. Prof., Mech/Mfg Engineering
Director – Manufacturing Systems and Automation Laboratory