Upcoming events

    • 26 Apr 2023
    • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Momentum Manufacturing Group, 23 National Avenue, Georgetown MA 01833; MMG Technology Group, Evans Industries, 249 Boston Street, Topsfield MA 01983

    There are many stories about job opportunities in today’s environment that focus on high tech positions like software development, computer simulation, and artificial intelligence. However, there is little recognition of the businesses that turn the results of those jobs into real products. At Momentum Manufacturing Group (MMG) they deploy cutting edge processes utilizing the latest technologies in machining and metal fabrication, which service a vast array of industries.

    The session will start with a presentation at Momentum’s headquarters in Georgetown and conclude with a tour of the Evans plant in Topsfield. Our host will be Jim Moroney of Manchester, former Olympian and CEO of Momentum Manufacturing Group.

    During this event, we will review Momentum’s manufacturing capabilities from conventional to advanced automation, as well as their own customized robotic cells.  Through a current employee example, we’ll explore the job and job growth opportunities at companies like Momentum, showing how the addition of automation makes possible higher skilled jobs with increased pay for employees without a college degree. It is where the opportunity for growth is limited only by one’s desire to learn more.

    MMG has recruiting relationships with tech schools in NH and MA and offers Co-Op opportunities in Engineering, Welding and CNC Operation.  They post Engineering positions on job boards in over 40 colleges and universities in New England and are also on the list of companies that provide transiting military free training for Maintenance, CNC Operation, Welding and Robotics.  MMG has provided state funded training classes in blueprint reading and shop math for their employees and are working on obtaining state funds to send our operators off-site for training through Amada (world's leading innovator of sheet metal fabrication equipment).

    Additional Speakers: 

    Steve Gore: Chief Commercial Officer of Momentum Manufacturing Group

    Alfred Denesowicz: Corporate Recruiter for Momentum Manufacturing Group

    Andrea McCarthy: General Manager of Evans Industries 

    John Brocke: President of Momentum's Technology Group

    • 18 May 2023
    • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Mission Boathouse, 1 Water St, Beverly, MA 01915

    NSTC will be hosting the next networking mixer on Thursday, May 18th 5-7 pm at the new Mission Boathouse in Beverly! 

    Our May Mixer will focus on celebrating all of our NSTC Members, both long-term and new this year, while also encouraging any non-members to come network and learn more about joining. 

    Tickets are $10/members, $25 non-members, and include 2 drinks, great food, and a stunning waterfront location. 

    Interested in becoming an Event Host for this event? Please reach out to administrator@nstc.org for details! 


    Thank you to our Host Event Sponsors: 

    • 7 Jun 2023
    • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Northeastern University

    Each spring, between 20- 30 University teams bring the Hybrid & Electric vehicles they have designed and built to the Formula Hybrid + Electric Competition at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, NH from May 1st-4thMembers of the NSTC are invited to attend the competition and mingle with the students. Please email Michael.C.Chapman@dartmouth.edu for more information!

    Join the NSTC Technology & Sustainability Forums on June 7th for a co-hosted presentation and tour of the facilities of the Northeastern Electric Racing team

    (https://electricracing.northeastern.edu/). The Northeastern Electric Racing team has competed in the electric class of the Formula Hybrid + Electric competition (https://www.formula-hybrid.org/ ) since 2020, placing second in 2022.

    Started 17 years ago by the students and staff of the Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College (https://engineering.dartmouth.edu/), the Formula Hybrid + Electric competition is arguably the most challenging of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Collegiate Design Series. Each spring, between 20 and 30 university teams bring the Hybrid and Electric vehicles that they have designed and built to the Formula Hybrid + Electric competition at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway (https://www.nhms.com/) in Loudon, NH.

    The evening will start at 5:30pm with a presentation on the Northeastern University campus by team leads followed by a tour of their maker space. Team members will be available to answer any questions about this year’s car and team. Pizza will be served. Cost will be $10 for NSTC members, $25 for visitors.

    Our Hosts:

    Sofia Varner - Third-year Mechanical Engineering & Design major and the team's Head of Drivetrain. She is currently working with new members on designing the transmission for the 2024 season car and teaching SolidWorks and FEA skills along the way.

    James Chang-Davidson - Fourth-year Computer Science major and the team’s former President. He currently works as a Product Manager within the Software Solutions team to support the development of FinishLine and NERO. 

    Peyton McKee - First-year Computer Science major and the lead of NERO, our dashboard graphical user interface. He also works as a Tech Lead in our Software Solutions team where he mentors 6-8 developers on the development of our project management dashboard: FinishLine.


Past events

8 Mar 2023 Sustainable Biotech Labs with Steven Miller of The Lab Project
7 Mar 2023 NSTC Winter Mixer (Now March 7th)
8 Feb 2023 Following the Clean Energy Money: Navigating the IRA with PowerOptions
26 Jan 2023 Commercialization Strategies for Biotech: The many pathways for realizing clinical success
25 Jan 2023 Decarbonizing our Transportation Systems: Electric School Buses
20 Dec 2022 NSTC Holiday Networking Event
9 Nov 2022 The Journey of Women Intersecting in the Industries of Sustainability, Technology and Life Sciences
26 Oct 2022 Innovating Workforce Development with BlocPower
20 Oct 2022 Critical Materials' Role in the Green Economy
21 Sep 2022 App Development: What Goes into Building a Million Dollar App
7 Sep 2022 The Future of Batteries: Open House & Networking with Titan Advanced Energy Solutions
14 Jul 2022 2022 Summer Outing: Fun on the Finback
15 Jun 2022 Partner Event: How to Avoid 25 Website and SEO Mistakes and Save Time Creating Content
14 Jun 2022 Technology Forum: The Future of Cybersecurity in an Accelerating Digital World
8 Jun 2022 Sustainability Forum: Advancing the North Shore Blue Economy Initiative
25 May 2022 Biosciences Forum: Networking Event
18 May 2022 NSTC Talking Tech Networking Event
11 May 2022 Sustainability Forum: Natural Gas to the GeoGrid, a Zero Emissions Transition Plan
28 Apr 2022 Biosciences Forum: A Fireside Chat with Dr. Ed Kaye, CEO of Stoke Therapeutics
20 Apr 2022 Technology Forum: Scaling Ecommerce in Social Media
13 Apr 2022 Sustainability Forum: How Energy Storage Can Enable a Net Zero Grid
29 Mar 2022 Biosciences Forum: A Fireside Chat with the Leadership of MassBio
17 Mar 2022 Talking Tech: Virtual Networking Event
9 Mar 2022 Sustainability Forum: MAPC's Municipal Net Zero Playbook
24 Feb 2022 Biosciences Forum: Virtual Networking Event
9 Feb 2022 Offshore Wind is Making its Move, with MassCEC
12 Jan 2022 New Approaches to Recycling End of Life Solar PV Panels
8 Dec 2021 Networking with NSTC Sustainability Forum: Holiday Themed
4 Nov 2021 Celebrate the Holiday Season with the North Shore Technology Council!
28 Oct 2021 Virtual Networking Event - Biosciences
14 Oct 2021 Sustainability Forum: Beverly’s Electric School Bus Program Leads the Way to Carbon-Free Transportation
28 Sep 2021 Biosciences Forum with Massachusetts Life Sciences Center President & CEO Kenn Turner

Our partner venues:

 Cummings Properties, 100 Cummings Center, Suite 221-F Community Conference Room, Beverly, MA 01915

 Parking, Map and Location Information

Endicott College, Beverly, MA 01915

Main Campus

Misselwood House

May 23rd Workforce Event: Parking Pass, Event Map

North Shore Technology Council is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization. 100 Cummings Center, Suite 223-F Beverly, MA 01915.

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