NOVEMBER 15, 2018 MEETING
Scott Phillips, Senior Project Manager with the Great Lakes Trade Adjustment & Assistance Center (GLTAAC)
This month the AFS Central Ohio Chapter is saying thanks to all those who are Managers in their Fields. I hope everyone is excited for a wonderful meal and a very informative speaker who may be able to get you $$$ for your Company!
Scott is a Senior Project Manager with the Great Lakes Trade Adjustment & Assistance Center (GLTAAC). The GLTAAC has 35 years of experience helping small manufacturers that have been hurt by imports improve their competitiveness.
GLTAAC is part of the Economic Growth Institute at the University of Michigan. It manages the Trade Adjustment Assistance for Firms program for companies located in Indiana, Michigan and Ohio.
TAAF (Trade Adjustment Assistance for Firms) is the only federal program specifically designed to help companies that have been negatively impacted by imports. GLTAAC is funded by the Economic Development Administration of the U.S. Department of Commerce. Regional centers across the nation manage the program.
Prior to joining the GLTAAC, Scott spent most of his career in manufacturing and operations at Whirlpool Corporation.
Please make an RSVP on the website (Main Home Page, Bottom Of The Page). See you all there with a smile and hope you bring an appetite because the menu consist of; Beef Tenderloin Crostini with Boursin & Port Wine Shallots for hours d’oeuvres, Green Apple & Walnut Salad to start, followed by Spinach, Bacon & Smoked Gouda Stuffed Chicken Breasts as well as Shrimp Rigatoni Diablo, accompanied by Roasted Brussel Sprouts With Bacon & Onion, Potato Gnocchi with Sweet corn, Kale and Parmesan Cheese. And last but not least A Mix of Chocolate & Vanilla Mousse!!!
Speaker:Scott Phillips, Senior Project Manager with the Great Lakes Trade Adjustment & Assistance Center (GLTAAC)
Topic: TAAF Program & It’s Benefits/Qualification/Process
Location: Makoy Center 5462 Center St, Hilliard, OH 43026 (614) 777-1211
Time: 6:00 PM-8:00 PM
Hours D’oeuvres: Beef Tenderloin Crostini with Boursin & Port Wine Shallots
Salad: Green Apple & Walnut
Entrees: Spinach, Bacon & Smoked Gouda Stuffed Chicken Breasts as well as Shrimp Rigatoni Diablo
Sides: Roasted Brussel Sprouts With Bacon & Onion, Potato Gnocchi with Sweet corn, Kale and Parmesan Cheese
Dessert: Duo Of White & Dark Chocolate Mousse
Please RSVP on the AFS Central Ohio Website:
(MAIN HOME PAGE: BOTTOM OF THE PAGE IS THE RSVP)
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To advance, through Research and Education, the Arts and Sciences relating to the Manufacture and Utilization of Metal Castings
The American Foundry Society (AFS) was founded in 1896
to provide and promote knowledge and services that strengthen the metalcasting industry for the ultimate benefit of its customers and society.
Since then the AFS has grown into an international organization with over 10,000
with members in 47 countries and today there are 52 local chapters and 33 student chapters affiliated with the AFS in the United States, Canada and Mexico.
Membership in the AFS is open to anyone interested to support and promote the foundry industry and includes membership in the chapter closest to your residence. By joining the AFS you automatically become eligible for all the benefits and advantages our Society has to offer including educational opportunities and the fellowship and networking offered by your local chapter. There are seven classes of membership to choose from: