Upcoming events

    • 16 Jun 2022
    • 7:30 AM - 10:30 AM
    • Puritan Conference Center, 245 Hooksett Rd, Manchester, NH 03104



    Thursday, June 16

    7:30AM - 10:30AM


    We've moved to a new venue!

    Puritan Conference Center


    The world of work has changed and organizations have started thinking differently. Automation, outsourcing and looking at alternative ways to find talent. 

    Attendees will learn:

    1. The future of integration of automation in traditional workplaces 
    2. Projected shortage of workers particularly around STEM and the impacts on organizations 
    3. Develop tomorrow's automators today national programs (FIRST)
    4. Alternative places to find talent


    Meet our Speakers:

    Ken St.Hilaire

    FIRST ®  Senior Mentor, New Hampshire

    For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology











    Ken currently serves as the FIRST Senior Mentor for New Hampshire, supporting all the FIRST teams, mentors, and coaches across the state. In this “part-time” role, Ken also works with schools, districts, youth organizations and NH businesses to strengthen existing FIRST programs and establish new programs in areas where there are none. In addition, Ken serves as board member for FIRST New Hampshire, the local non-profit that implements FIRST programs in New Hampshire. Ken’s “day-job” is that of a software engineer, with 30+ years of experience working for startup and medium-sized companies in the telecommunications and networking industries. In his spare time, Ken has mentored for the Hollis Brookline High School FIRST Robotics Competition team for the last 12 years.


    Richard Presher he/him/his
    Human Resources Local (TT/HRL-NA)
    Bosch Thermotechnology Corp 











    Richard works for Bosch Thermotechnology, Corp. as the Human Resources Business Partner supporting their sales operations in Watertown, MA, Londonderry, NH and Ft. Lauderdale, FL. I started working with FIRST through my engagement with the Bosch Community Fund and joined the NH FIRST Board in February of this year.  As a member of the local community I value FIRST’s mission to prepare young people for the future.  The work they do inspires young people to be leaders in STEM which support Bosch’s talent needs and those of the greater community as a whole.



                   


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