Wacker donates to CSCC
Apr 16, 2014 | 609 views | 0 0 comments | 11 11 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Wacker donation
Wacker Polisilicon recently provided a charitable contribution to Cleveland State Community College to go toward the school’s new Technology Building. This is year four of a five-year contribution of $30,000 per year. From left are Adam Lowe, executive director of the Cleveland State Foundation; Dr. Konrad Bachhuber, vice president and site manager, Wacker Polisilicon; and Dr. Bill Seymour, CSCC president. 
Robert Larson, director of industrial training for Scientific Management Techniques demonstrates how the CNCTD (computer numerical control test device) works to Rick Creasy, CSCC director of Workforce Development; Dr. Konrad Bachhuber, vice president and site manager, Wacker Polisilicon; Dr. Bill Seymour, CSCC president; and Dr. Tommy Wright, CSCC vice president for Finance and Administration. The CNCTD is one of the machines Wacker’s donation allowed CSCC to secure. The CNCTD is designed to screen and train for CNC setup operators with production responsibilities. The device provides a means of quantitatively screening for CNC setup operator positions, for use in evaluating job applicants and as a grading device for training purposes.
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