Tag Archives: IPC volunteers

Volunteering: Just the Cure for Disassociated Workers

In the United States, approximately one in four people volunteers in one fashion or another. Anyone involved with IPC might be surprised by that statistic from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The large number of IPC volunteers is just one factor that seems a bit at odds with the statistic. The other is the […]

Meeting Industry’s Movers and Shakers at IPC APEX EXPO

During the dark days of winter, it’s pretty common for groups to honor the best and brightest in their field. IPC is gearing up to honor individual volunteers and member companies later this month, providing the lead for other award presentations like the Oscars. At IPC APEX EXPO® in San Diego, several awards will be presented […]

Pausing to Thank Volunteers

Volunteerism is an incredible force. Workers who give up their free time have created the standards that form the basis of many industries, from electronics to autos to the manufacturing world that ultimately turns concepts into products. I got a reminder of this fact when I spoke with Steve Trasatto. That wasn’t because he’s on […]