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Our networking events enable AIAM members to learn from the success of others, expand their industry knowledge and increase their business circle to gain new clients.
AIAM memberships gain the ability to leverage Michigan’s multi-industry manufacturing base to strengthen and grow their business.
We collaborate with educational institutions in the state to foster alignment of industry needs with curriculum development and research priorities.
AIAM works between the legislative body in Lansing and companies across the state to address policy and tax reform that will keep our businesses competitive.
AIAM is a non-profit, member driven industry organization. It is a platform for aerospace leaders in the state to work together on a common set of priorities to strengthen and support the continued growth in the industry through talent attraction and new investment in Michigan.
- What is the advantage for a company to invest and become a member of the Aerospace Industry Association of Michigan?
- How can the association be sure to serve the needs of all aspects of the aerospace industry in Michigan?
- Access to talent seems to be the #1 issues facing most companies. What is the association doing to address these concerns?
- Is the aerospace industry in Michigan large enough to need an association?
- Why isn’t the aerospace industry in Michigan more widely known about?
- Are the technical skills necessary for aerospace readily available in Michigan?
Over 500 companies and organizations are conducting business in the aerospace industry globally from their Michigan based operations.
Todd Trainor & Patrick MihalekKittyhawk Academy Program
Jeff SimekRCO Aerospace & RCO Engineering
Kevin MichaelsAeroDynamic Advisory
Dan InmanUniversity of Michigan
Monday – Friday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Closed on New Year’s Day, Good Friday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and the Friday after, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day