Our events provide you with an opportunity to expand your knowledge and your network

Join us at our monthly events to network, engage professional peers on the supply chain problems we all face, and learn about relevant topics that help you build your professional tool kit


This month's professional development event

Date: Monday, November 12, 2018

Time: Registration & Arrival 5:00 pm; Welcome, Overview & Tour begin appx 5:15 pm

Where: K & G Manufacturing, 226 Park Ave NW, Faribault, MN 55021

Cost: Free

Please make plans to join us for a tour of K & G Manufacturing (kgmfg.com), a local company producing high quality precision CNC machined products in the aerospace & defense, high performance marine, medical, heavy equipment, technology, and recreational markets since 1937.

This is a great opportunity to see and learn about a local manufacturing company that has been around for over 80 years.

Enhance yourself and register today

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Our events provide a great opportunity for young & seasoned professionals to share ideas, insights, and ask questions outside of the workplace. There's no better time to gain insight from others than at our face-to-face professional development events, so tell your co-workers about our events.

A few words from the Board of Directors

On behalf of the Board, we are excited for the start of another program year. We've got another great line up coming together for the rest of our program year. As with anything in supply chain though, we have a few last minutes details to nail down and hope to be able to publish our full event schedule within the next few weeks.

If you are interested in volunteering as a board member, please reach out. Participating as a member on the board is a great way to get your feet wet and experience and participate in running a business. Not only does it help expand your knowledge, but it goes a long way for any career advancement plans you may have in the future. On the final leg of your professional career? No problem there either. This is great way to share your knowledge and experience with others. We can all learn from each other, which is what makes our organization great.

- Fred G.

2018-19 Board of Directors

President: Fred Gruber

Treasurer: Barb Sorochak

Secretary: Becky Wolfe

VP of Education: Steve Gordon

VP of Students: Shaheen Ahmed

VP of Programs: June Stoehr