Have you ever eaten a corned beef sandwich from Zingerman’s Restaurant in Ann Arbor, MI? If not, you have missed out on one of life’s greatest experiences. But there is a lot more than just bread and meat behind that sandwich. Zingerman’s founder Paul Saginaw believes that he has been successful in spite of the fact that he has limited natural talent and abilities because he has always thought that the only real limits are those of vision.
Marjorie Banda, a freshman in Ferris State University’s HVACR program, was the recipient of this year’s MSCA Scholarship in recognition of her scholastic achievement. In a thank you letter to MSCA Executive Director Barbara Dolim, Marjorie noted that, “Supporting females like myself in STEM programs instills confidence in women that indeed the industry does believe that women do have the potential to contribute to the industry.”
Companies built to survive are a result of deliberate business design decisions smart leaders are making today. At this year’s MSCA education conference, Mike Walsh, CEO of Tomorrow, will provide thought-provoking advice on business transformation and business survival.
Now is a great time to remind your fitters, plumbers, service technicians, and their supervisors about heat illnesses and how to prevent them.
Are you running your business or is it running you? At this year’s MSCA18 education conference in Huntington Beach, CA, you will be able to discover the keys to faster growth, larger profits, more loyal customers and fewer frustrations through the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS). This special optional program will take place on Sunday morning, October 21.
MCAA/MSCA’s Women in the Mechanical Industry Initiative has a new home on the MCAA website! If you’re a woman executive or employee of an MCAA/MSCA member company, this page will keep you up to date on our efforts to enable women in the mechanical industry to further enrich their careers through networking, educational, mentoring and career development opportunities beyond those already offered through membership in MCAA and MSCA.
Adding plumbing service to your existing HVACR service offerings can provide added value to your company and your customers.
Resources are available through the UA and MSCA to help you find qualified service technicians.
Looking for Techs?
Learn about the MCAA PAC and how you can help our industry represent you in federal public policy decisions.
MCERF offers grants to current MCAA/MSCA members that hire undergraduates as interns.
Grants to Hire Interns
This award was created to recognize an employee from one of our member companies who, in his or her own extraordinary way, quietly gives of their time and skills to benefit others.
MSCA Everyday Hero Award
MSCA and Convoy of Hope have partnered to feed individuals and families in need for the past six years and counting. Join us again!