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GM Fairfax Stamping and Assembly Plant will hosted students associated with SITE (Social Impact Technology and Engineering) for Global Manufacturing Day.

40 11th and 12th grade students toured the plant to kick off Global Manufacturing Day on Thursday, September 15th, 2016.

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SITE And KC Stem Alliance, Working Together

Social Impact Technology and Engineering (SITE) is pleased to be one of the first co-working partners in the KC STEM Ecosystem, with the KC STEM Alliance located at 4825 Troost in Kansas City, MO. If you’re not familiar with the KC STEM Alliance check them out? The collaboration has already proven to be powerful!

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Site's Move In With The KC Stem Alliance Proves Noteworthy

SITE has successfully joined forces with several local school districts including North Kansas City, Independence and KCPS school districts. The momentum continues to grow, be sure to stay tuned for more exciting partnerships.

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SITE Founder, Mark Irvin, Appointed
Vice-Chair Of Kansas City's Smart City Advisory Board

On August 7, 2015, Kansas City Mayor, Sly James, announced 11 appointees to the Smart City Advisory Board, an organization focused on successful implementation of the Smart + Connected city framework in Kansas City.

Among those appointed, SITE founder, Mark Irvin, was named as Vice Chair of the board, to work along side Tom Gerend, Executive Director of the Kansas City Street Car Authority, who was appointed Chair.

Read the full press release from Mayor Sly James' office HERE.

Read more about the Kansas City Smart City initiative HERE.

SITE founder, Mark Irvin, discusses SITE and why it is important to the urban youth of Kansas City.

Cynthia Newsome of KSHB interviews SITE founder, Mark Irvin, about SITE and 2015 Manufacturing Day.