From: Paul (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Sep 12 2002 - 19:53:01 EEST
> We have always welcomed student programs both for tours as well as student
> projects. A small list of current student bodies we have worked with in
> **Carnegie Mellon University, various student projects over the years**
> **Santa Fe Art Institute, sponsored student art projects**
> **Lancaster High School, facility tours**
> **Holy Spirit Elementary, facility tours**
> **SME facility tours**
> **Columbus College of Art and Design, tours & projects**
> **Ohio State University, student projects**
> **St. Paul's School (Junior High), student projects**
> I apologize for those who are reading that I may have forgot. Part of our
> mission statement is giving back to the community. What better way then
> invest some time and money into our future! We welcome student projects
> tours. Obviously there is a limit as to what we can do, but if interested
> feel free to contact me direct. Local schools can even get involved in
> hands on workshops.
> Best Regards,
> Paul Bordner
> Vice President
> Laser Reproductions
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <EdGrenda@aol.com>
> To: <email@example.com>; <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Wednesday, September 11, 2002 8:38 AM
> Subject: Re: Students Awed by Technology & Career Opportunities
> > In a message dated 02-09-10 11:50:14 EDT, email@example.com
> > << Why don't more design and
> > manufacturing shows and exhibitions put out the welcome mat for
> > understand clearly that in the short term, they are not the buyers, but
> > a short few years, they ARE the buyers. A 14-year old in 1990 is now a
> > 26-year old working for an organization that might be considering your
> > products and services.
> > >>
> > Hi Terry:
> > They don't do it because of the very reasons that were given by Mr.
> > Chancellor: It's serious, frustratingly expensive, business and we gotta
> > a return.
> > But they should - they should even allow high school groups in; maybe
> > junior high school, too. Industry should also foster more facility
> > students and the public in general, as others have pointed out.
> > If we don't do this, we'll lose a simple way to inspire young people to
> > pursue technical professions and we'll limit public understanding of the
> > of technology and manufacturing. Net result: fewer engineers and
> > and public policies that are inimical to our interests. And even worse
> > the loss of youthful imagination applied to our technical problems and
> > markets.
> > Most shows have an association with, or are run by a professional trade
> > group. These people should be able to find a way to get the kids in
> > being intrusive and without wasting exhibitor resources.
> > If they don't do it, they're shirking a responsibility they have to
> > Ed Grenda
> > Castle Island Co.
> > EdGrenda@aol.com (email)
> > http://home.att.net/~castleisland/
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