Recognize a Mentor or Colleague

Manufacturing requires teamwork to be successful and those in the industry understand how valuable the support from colleagues and the guidance of mentors is throughout every stage of their careers. The Manufacturing Ledger provides the perfect platform for recognizing people that had a significant impact on your manufacturing career by hosting their profile along with a quote provided by you. e

Every profile becomes a story that will inspire the next generation of innovators and your financial contribution helps the museum continue to care for the National Historic Landmark building and exhibits, as well as provide great educational programs. 

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"Often in our careers, we meet someone that inspires us to move forward in our careers and go on. It could be a mentor, it could be a coworker, it could be a relative, but just someone that inspired you to keep going in the careers of manufacturing,"

- Steve Dalessio

"I am honoring Larry Schwartz as a man that has more passion, enthusiasm, and determination for manufacturing solutions than anyone I've met in the manufacturing industry. Whether he was with customers, vendors or his own staff Larry pushed for the best out of everyone. He has always been incredibly passionate about manufacturing but mostly about how to advance it to the next level. You can never have a conversation with Larry without coming away more passionate about manufacturing,"

- Rob Caron

Make a Difference

Support the American Precision Museum with a recommended tax-deductible gift of $500 today or give $250 for two consecutive years.  You choose! 

We thank you for your contribution and are excited to offer you Friends of the Museum benefits that include:

  • National Association of Reciprocal Museum membership  
  • Free entrance to the museum
  • Free behind the scenes tour with executive director by appointment
  • Recognition for their company onsite at the museum and in annual report
  • A gift machined by APM interns (subject to availability)

Share a Manufacturing Story

IT IS SIMPLE!  To add your story or the story of someone you want to recognize to the Manufacturing Ledger historical archive, CHOOSE YOUR GIFT on the form to the right.  Once you submit this form, you will be prompted to ANSWER A FEW QUESTIONS.  Once completed, you will submit the answers to the American Precision Museum and a profile will be created and incorporated into the Manufacturing Ledger exhibit for all to enjoy.

Help preserve American Manufacturing history.  Share a story today!

If you have questions or want to speak to someone at the museum, please Contact us.

American Precision Museum

Based in Vermont’s Precision Valley, the American Precision Museum houses one of the nation's largest historically significant collections of machine tools.

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