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1 February 25, 2014 Post Office Box Tallahassee, FL P (850) F (850) Board of Directors Big Bend Community Based Care, Inc. Brevard Public Schools Broward Health Imperial Point Capital Insurance Agency, Inc. City of Coral Springs Community Health of South Florida, Inc. DTZ Electronic Training Solutions, Inc. Florida Blue Florida Department of Health in Miami-Dade County Florida Department of Revenue Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center Florida Power & Light Florida State Hospital Florida Virtual School FBMC Benefits Management Gilly Vending, Inc. ISS Facility Services, Inc. Jupiter Medical Lockheed Martin Missiles & Fire Control Manufacturers Association of Florida Miami Children s Hospital Pinellas County Schools R Ledbetter & Associates The Depository Trust and Clearing Corporation The Ritz-Carlton Hotels of Florida The School District of Lee County UnitedHealthcare Medicare & Retirement University of Miami School of Business Wells Fargo Xerox Corporation Affiliate Members Florida Department of Health in St. Johns County Hillsborough County Tax Collector s Office Miami-Dade County Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Department Pinellas County Tax Collector s Office SRG Technology Honorary Members egroup Tech Florida Chamber of Commerce Florida Hospital Association Hayes Computer Systems Jim Moran Institute Northeast Florida State Hospital POS-IMPACT LLC Practical Quality Services South Florida Manufacturers Association U.S. Coast Guard United Way of Florida The Florida Sterling Council, the Manufacturers Association of Florida (MAF), the MAF Center for Advanced Manufacturing Excellence, and the TRADE Consortium, consisting of twelve Florida colleges, manufacturing associations and workforce boards, are teaming up to present the STEM Manufacturing Summit on May 29, 2014 at the JW Marriott Grande Lakes, Orlando, Florida. We would like to invite you to attend and to compete in our first ever competition among high schools, technical schools and colleges regarding their manufacturing programs. The one-day STEM Manufacturing Forum is scheduled for May 29 at the JW Marriott Grand Lakes, Orlando, Florida. We invite you to send a representative to participate in this best practice sharing and discussion agenda about manufacturing education. We also invite you to compete in a first-ever competition among manufacturing education programs in the state. With 6,000 manufacturing jobs open in Florida today, it is apparent there is a critical need for educated and skilled employees. Many of you have in place manufacturing education/training and industry certification programs. We would like to provide an opportunity for all of you to share best practices so we can keep raising the bar until the needs are filled and tell us all about your successes. In that regard, please accept this invitation to participate in the competition. We are inviting high schools, colleges and technical schools to showcase their manufacturing education programs. The competition will begin in early March, submissions will be due April 14 and judges will review the submissions to narrow them down to 8-10 finalists who will present their programs at the STEM Manufacturing Summit on May 29 in Orlando. Please use the Best Practice Documentation template you'll find at the link and send to Nancy Stephens at by April 14, You may submit more than one. The 10 finalists will be judged at the event again and judges will select a winner and runner up. We believe this is a very important part of making sure that Florida schools are offering educational programs that will prepare students for manufacturing careers. It is important that we do all we can to accelerate quality manufacturing education opportunities. Enclosed you will find all the materials you need to attend, compete or both! See you there. Best wishes, John Pieno President

2 State STEM Manufacturing Showcase Competition Criteria and Timeline Category 1 - Engaging faculty, including approaches to: Faculty professional development, including high school, technical school and college faculty, adjunct instructors, and contract for fee instructors, to advance their knowledge of modern and advanced manufacturing Nurturing the interest of faculty to be involved in manufacturing education programs Faculty best practices in teaching manufacturing programs and/or enhancing student learning about manufacturing Category 2 - Outreach and recruitment of manufacturers and students, including approaches to: Engaging prospective students and interesting them in manufacturing programs, including any programs that increase understanding of, and interest in, manufacturing programs and careers; surveying prospective students to gauge increased understanding and interest following engagement in the subject matter; and connecting prospective students further with the industry Recruiting manufacturers as customers of manufacturing programs, including identification and fulfillment of customer needs, and placement of students/completers in internships and/or employment and/or tracking program completers in the workplace Recruiting incumbent manufacturing workers as customer-students, including identification and fulfillment of customer needs Recruiting unemployed people or those without manufacturing experience as customer-students, including identification and fulfillment of customer needs Recruiting manufacturers as partners in advisory or other capacities, including involvement in planning and approving manufacturing curriculum, certifications, training or coursework; and include a description of the interaction between manufacturers and students in the classroom or otherwise Supporting manufacturing program students in their own activities to promote manufacturing interests Engaging manufacturers with students and/or prospective students Incorporating feedback from manufacturers related to their placement of students into internship positions and/or employment

3 Category 3 - Manufacturing programs, including approaches to: Building means for sustaining manufacturing education programs Program need identification, including industry job needs and need for manufacturing workers Curriculum development and delivering manufacturing program content Articulation and agreements matched to your manufacturing programs Offerings of content, training, and/or industry certifications to adequately meet community job needs in manufacturing The number and names of industry certifications earned by students in your manufacturing programs in STEM Forum Timeline for Showcase Competition February 24 State STEM Showcase Competition is officially announced. s are sent out to all high schools, technical schools and colleges statewide, including guidelines and deadlines for submission. March 10 A statewide call-in line is provided from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. to answer questions and discuss the process with any teams who have questions about their submissions. The call-in phone number is: , Code: #. April 14 Deadline for organization to submit presentations and best practice submissions. These presentations will be submitted electronically to Manufacturers Association of Florida (MAF). May 12 Teams will be officially notified that they have been selected for the State STEM Showcase Competition. May 13 A call line will be set up to have the winning teams discuss what is required to get ready for the final competition and answer any questions they may have, including prep for power point presentations. May 29 Showcase Competition at the 2014 STEM Forum. The winning team and runner up will be announced at the end of the day. May 30 The winning team and runner up are announced at the Governor s Sterling Award Banquet. Additional recognition: The winner and runner up will receive awards, be recognized on Manufacturers Association of Florida and MAF Center for Advanced Manufacturing Excellence websites and be invited to the MAF Annual Summit on December 3-5, 2014 in Destin, FL for additional recognition.

4 Best Practice Documentation Organization: Date: Please limit this write-up to 1500 words. (a) Title and brief description of the Best Practice This should be concise and reflect the practice being documented. 5 (b) Introduction This should provide the context and justification for the practice and address the following issues: - What is the problem being addressed? - Which population is being affected; What aspect of it is being affected? - How is the problem impacting the population or the particular aspect of manufacturing education/training? - What objectives are achieved by this Best Practice? (c) Implementation of the Practice - What are the key steps in your process to carry out this Best Practice? - When and where are the activities carried out? - Who are the key implementers and collaborators? - What are the resource implications of this Best Practice? (d) Results of the Practice Outputs and Outcomes - What are the concrete results achieved in terms of outputs and outcomes? - Was an assessment of the practice carried out? If yes, what were the results? (e) Lessons Learned - What worked really well what facilitated this practice? - What did not work why did it not work? (f) Conclusion - How have the results benefited the population and/or the particular aspect of manufacturing education/training? - Why may this intervention be considered a Best Practice? - What are your recommendations for those intending to adopt this documented Best Practice? - How can it help people working on the same issue(s)? (g) Person to Contact for more information DUE DATE: APRIL 14, 2014 WHEN COMPLETE, PRINT TO PDF, SAVE AND TO 1

5 FLORIDA STEM FORUM Manufacturing Education Soaring to New Heights May 29, :00 A.M. 5:00 P.M JW Marriott Orlando Grande Lakes Moderated by Karen Moore, APR, CPRC, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Moore Communications Group 8:00 a.m. 8:30 a.m. Registration and Networking Continental Breakfast 8:30 a.m. 8:45 a.m. Opening Remarks: Mr. John Pieno, President, Florida Sterling Council Mr. Bob Provitola, General Manager Plant Services, Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Americas, Inc. and Chairman, MAF Center for Advanced Manufacturing Excellence, Inc. Mr. Gary Graham, Florida TRADE Consortium Director, St. Petersburg College 8:40 a.m. 9:40 a.m. 9:40 a.m. 10:00 a.m. Break 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. Laying the Foundation Florida as a Leader in the STEM Initiative Ms. Pam Stewart, Commissioner, Florida Department of Education (invited) Mr. Al Stimac, President, Manufacturers Association of Florida, and President, Metal Essence State of Florida Legislative Leader to be Invited after the Legislative Session The Showcase - We ve Come a Long Way! Semi-finalists compete for Best Manufacturing Program of the Year in three categories: High School, Technical School, and College From Student to Manufacturing Professional - Connecting the Dots - Panel Discussion Meaningful Internships and Industry Certifications Maximum Use of Funding Available 11:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. Inspiring Students to Follow Manufacturing Careers Student and Professional Manufacturing Networks Buy in from Manufacturing Business Partners Plant Tours that Rock! 12:00 p.m. -12:15 p.m. Reflections 12:15 p.m. 2:00 p.m. Lunch & Networking- Exposition Hall 2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. The Showcase - We ve Come a Long Way! (continued) 3:00 p.m. 3:20 p.m. Break Facilitated Speed Learning and Brainstorming Sessions in key topic areas: What are the challenges and issues holding you back from having the best manufacturing program in the state? What are the opportunities for collaboration for high schools, technical schools, and college programs to maximize efficiency, economy of scale, and student success while continuing to 3:20 3:50 differentiate for student loyalty to the institution? If you could design the ideal program that allowed teachers and instructors to experience the manufacturing environment, what would it be? What works and doesn t work with your workforce boards as partners? What I need from my area manufacturers is..? *Leaders from each discussion table will share key points with entire group. 3: Reporting out from Discussion Tables Best Ideas 4:15 4:30 Reflections 4:45 5:00 Announce the Winners: Best Manufacturing Program of the Year Adjourn

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