• Nov 15, 2017

Milwaukee WI:  Oct 21, 2017:  Wisconsin Aerospace Partners  partnered with the Milwaukee Bucks, Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation, and the Wisconsin Space Grant Consortium to host a job fair prior to the Bucks game, BMO Harris Bradley Center on October 21st. The first-ever Milwaukee Bucks Aerospace Jam hosted 250 of the state’s top science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) students from across Wisconsin. 


These students had the opportunity to meet with aerospace representatives from Astronautics, Sierra Nevada Corporation, Reich Tool and Design, Trinity Biomedical, and Spincraft, as well as several dozen recruiting organizations from Wisconsin universities and colleges, the 128th Air National Guard, and Greater Oshkosh Economic Development Corporation (GO-EDC) to discuss future educational and career opportunities. 

Spincraft WI employees Levi Boardman, Jamie Martin and Jeff Dudzik (L-R) are shown at the Spincraft table display.

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