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The Leading Voice for Precision Manufacturing

The Minnesota Precision Manufacturing Association is the leading the voice for the precision manufacturing industry in our state. We are committed to promoting manufacturing as the backbone of the state's economy and working with our members, industry partners, and policy makers to solve the challenges facing our industry - at both the state and national level.

The MPMA's mission is to drive success in
Minnesota Precision Manufacturing by Strengthening the Skilled Workforce

Your trade association works best when YOU are in the middle of the action. Plus, you’ll build valuable relationships with a group of industry associates. It’s a win-win situation! Join an MPMA committee and watch what kind of a difference it can make for the association and for your business!

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Advocacy and Government Relations

This committee is responsible for monitoring legislative activities that impact members and notifying members through legislative updates. Members of this committee understand the advocacy needs of MPMA members to ascertain the major external and internal challenges facing manufacturers.

Strategic Plan Pillar #1

To be the leading voice for Minnesota’s precision manufacturing industry,
through our advocacy, to strengthen the skilled workforce.


Career Pathways and Opportunities

This committee leads the MPMA's efforts to reach students, parents, educators and community leaders to bridge the skills gap with meaningful partnerships with educational organizations.

Strategic Plan Pillar #2

To develop and coordinate integrated and progressive pathway activities
within manufacturing for parents, students, and educators from elementary school to post high school.


Workforce Training (Incumbent Skills)

This committee works to establish MPMA as the one-stop shop to coordinate training resources for members, set up member training programs, and improve business for members through networking and collaboration with other manufacturing and local business groups.

Strategic Plan Pillar #3

Provide training support for the machinists, emerging leaders, and owners of MPMA member companies.


Publication

The Publications Committee of the MPMA is made of members who volunteer their time to help guide   the editorial direction of the magazine. The editor-in-chief and Publications Committee members  establish editorial themes for Precision Manufacturing Journal, which is published six times per year. The Journal is the only authorized regular publication of the MPMA.

The magazine has been recognized for excellence in magazine publishing with the following awards: Association TRENDS 2009, 2010; American Graphic Design Award 2010, 2014; MMPA Publishing Excellence Award 2014, 2015, 2016; and MSAE Award of Excellence 2008, 2010.