08 May 2018
5th Annual Golf Tournament
The 5th Annual Golf Tournament presented by Bank SNB was a great success. According to many, it was the best one yet. It sold out in 12 hours. We had over 37 teams and more than 180 people at Avery Ranch Golf Course. Thanks to our sponsors and players, we raised $58,000 to support initiatives that will strengthen regional manufacturing including efforts to help build talent pipelines.
15 December 2017
Announcing Company and Volunteer of the Year
This has been a great year for ARMA. We’ve added more members than ever before and now have a total membership of over 220 companies. Our programs and activities continue to expand including a record breaking Golf Tournament, a Trade Show, a $425,000 grant from Texas Workforce Commission, and a Workforce Study that will allow us to effectively address the talent shortages within industry. We would not be able to accomplish so much without...
21 August 2017
ARMA Consortium Receives $425,000
ARMA is happy to announce that the Texas Workforce Commission just awarded an ARMA Consortium and Austin Community College $425,000. The grant will provide customized training for more than 400 new and incumbent workers at manufacturing firms in Austin, including 3M, Applied Materials, Athena Manufacturing, KoMiCo, and TASUS. Offered through ACC’s Continuing Education Division, the program includes focused instruction on business technical...
15 May 2017
4th Annual ARMA Golf Tournament
The 4th Annual Golf Tournament was a great success—click here to see a few video highlights from our friends at Quicklight Media. I’m extremely grateful for the tremendous support from players, sponsors, and volunteers. This was our biggest and best tournament yet!
07 October 2016
Manufacturing Day 2016 | ARMA Promotes Careers in...
In an effort to address a projected shortage of engineers and qualified technicians, the Austin Regional Manufacturers Association (ARMA) has organized facility tours for students to promote the good paying jobs available in manufacturing. The average wage for the region is $106,000 a year, one of the highest in the country for manufacturing and a testament to the advanced nature of the products being made in the region.