1. Busting the Manufacturing Myths in California

    Busting the Manufacturing Myths in California
    Bishop-Wisecarver President, Pamela Kan, is committed to helping change perceptions around the manufacturing industry. Read her latest article “Busting the Manufacturing Myths in California” published in Company Week magazine.
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  2. Bishop-Wisecarver Hosts Manufacturing Day 2018

    Bishop-Wisecarver Hosts Manufacturing Day 2018
    Discussing the myths vs realities of manufacturing is a priority for Bishop-Wisecarver as we know once students better understand the truths of this industry, more of them will choose this career path. From mentoring girls interested in STEM careers to sponsoring robotics groups, the Bishop-Wisecarver team is active in showing the modern, high tech opportunities in manufacturing.
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  3. Made in the Bay Area Manufacturing Innovators Forum

    Join us for an enlightening panel discussion with a group of Bay Area Manufacturing leaders who will discuss industry trends, growth opportunities, challenges and innovative practices.
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  4. Manufacturing – The Industry that Makes a Difference, About Nils Severson

    Manufacturing isn’t a career where you check your brain at the door. It needs great problem solvers who work to meet current customers’ needs, while also developing new innovations for future concerns. The 2015 public perception report by Deloitte and The Manufacturing Institute found that 78 percent of millennials said their decision to work at a company was influenced by how innovative they considered the company to be and having the chance to make a difference.

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  5. Power-Up from The Fembots!

    Power-Up! This was the theme of the 2017-18 First Robotics Competition and focused on two alliances of video game characters and their human operators who are trapped in an arcade game. Both alliances are working to defeat the boss in order to escape.

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  6. Nancy Gaudinier, Providing Signature Experience for the Past 12 Years

    With more than 20,000+ customers during 68 years of business, Bishop-Wisecarver (BW) understands the importance of providing superior customer service. Each year, our BW customers rank our customer service at the highest level and feel the company is more like part of their team than a regular vendor. Taking this commitment to the customer even further, BW has developed a “Signature Experience” program that consistently delivers reliable motion solutions that are on-time, on-budget and on-target, with no surprises.

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  7. Miguel Danao, VP of Finance, to Speak at Adaptive Live 2018

    We are very excited to announce that our very own VP of Finance, Miguel Danao, has been chosen to speak at Adaptive Insight’s annual conference in Las Vegas in May. Finance professionals from around the globe are coming together to speak, discuss, and network on how Adaptive can be used to accomplish business goals.

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  8. Take Five with The Fembots – FIRST Robotics Team 692

    Bishop-Wisecarver is honored to be in our 11th year of sponsoring the FIRST Robotics Competition. This year, we are again sponsoring The Fembots, an all-female team from St. Francis High School in Sacramento. Today, we catch up with Katie Klokkevold, a Senior and Co-Captain of the team. We asked Katie to give a one-word response to each of the terms below, followed by a short explanation. Take a few moments to read about the hard work and lessons learned by this amazing team.

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  9. The Three Rs of Learning at the Step Ahead Award Conference

    The Three Rs of Learning at the Step Ahead Award Conference
    As part of The Manufacturing Institute’s STEP Ahead Honorees class of 2017, I recently attended a conference in Washington D.C. focused on women in manufacturing. Meetings, networking, dinners, ice breakers and tours of the amazing city were all geared towards our unusual group. While I’ve attended numerous tradeshow events and professional organization conferences, this was my first opportunity to be with a large number of women in my industry. What I discovered is already changing me personally and professionally and my “Three Rs of Learning at STEP Ahead” could do the same for you.
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  10. Women In Manufacturing: How to Increase Our Numbers

    Women In Manufacturing: How to Increase Our Numbers
    It’s no secret that women are greatly underrepresented in the world of manufacturing. In 1918, during World War I, women comprised 19% of the total manufacturing workforce. Today, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics notes that while women represented nearly half of the total U.S. labor force (47%), they comprised less than a third (27%) of the manufacturing jobs in 2014. That is a meager 8% increase in the manufacturing industry in nearly 100 years.
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