Onaway, MI – Industrial Arts Institute (IAI), a division of Moran Iron Works (MIW), is honored to announce the key note speaker for the 9th Cohort of students of the Comprehensive Industrial Welding Course, Mrs. Marilyn Kapp Moran, Vice President of Sales & Marketing – Moran Iron Works.
“We are very pleased to have Marilyn address our students as they head out to begin their welding careers. She leads the Industrial Arts Institute team with direction, support and vision. Her energy and desire to see our students and program succeed is unmatched”, says Mark Dombroski, Industrial Arts Institute, Executive Director.
Along with serving as the IAI Board President, Marilyn also serves as a Member of Michigan Governor’s Talent and Investment Board; a GOP Precinct Delegate for Cheboygan County; an Advisory Board Member for Lake Superior State University; on the Board of Directors of McLaren Northern Michigan Foundation and the Downtown Development Authority (DDA), Onaway, MI.
“It is my privilege and honor to serve as Board President with some of the most incredible colleagues and constituents. I plan on recognizing that honor and sending our students off with blessings”, remarks Marilyn Kapp Moran, Industrial Arts Institute, Board President.
The Industrial Arts Institute graduation ceremony for Cohort 9 is Friday, August 11, 2017 at 3:30pm at the Industrial Arts Institute Complex. The next Comprehensive Industrial Welding Course is forming now. Class will begin on August 28th, 2017.
About Industrial Arts Institute: Industrial Arts Institute (IAI) of Onaway, MI, is setting a new national teaching model by offering premier education opportunities in skilled trades. Areas of specialty include: welding, fabricating, machining, commercial and residential construction. For more information, visit iaiworks.com. IAI is a division of Moran Iron Works (MIW).
About Moran Iron Works: Moran Iron Works (MIW) is a national leader in custom modular steel fabrication, specializing in work for power, marine, mining, and other industries. The company has its corporate headquarters and largest manufacturing facility in Onaway, Michigan and also operates a manufacturing facility in Cheboygan, Michigan and a port and fabrication facility in Rogers City, Michigan. For more information, visit moranironworks.com.