Krikorian Named Chairman of Metalworking Council

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Krikorian Named Chairman of Metalworking Council


* Jack Krikorian, director of Curriculum and Instruction for the Technology & Manufacturing Association, Schaumburg, was elected to serve as chairman of the National Institute for Metalworking Skills Advisory Council. Krikorian, a graduate of TMA's apprenticeship program in the 1980s, now heads curriculum and program development for the TMA in addition to teaching both beginner and advanced computer Numerical Control courses. He has more than 30 years of experience in manufacturing and holds 24 National Institute for Metalworking Skills credentials, the most of anyone in the United States. The National Institute for Metalworking Skills is the industry standard for training and skill validation for precision manufacturing jobs.

* Ross Rowe, EGTV Multimedia administrator, will be recognized in July with the 2017 Buske Leadership Award by the Alliance for Community Media. The ACM is a national organization in support of PEG (Public, Education and Government Access) cable television and community media centers. The Buske Leadership Award is presented annually to an individual who demonstrates commitment to the ACM mission and goals, as well as strong leadership and continuing service to the organization at the local, regional and national levels. Ross has worked for Elk Grove Village for almost 15 years, providing exceptional coverage of community meetings, special events, local sports and community news. He has an extensive background in community media, which includes positions as cable access TV coordinator and video production engineer at the village of Mount Prospect and interim program director at WYCC PBS in Chicago. …

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