After a long day of hard work at Angeles National Forest Arconic Volunteers from Arconic Carson & Fullerton pose for the picture. Thousands of employees volunteer in their communities each year.
ARCONIC TRANSFORMING THE WAY WE FLY, DRIVE, BUILD, AND POWER
rconic Fastening Systems, a major Fullerton employer, creates breakthrough products that shape industries. Working in close partnership with its customers, the
company solves complex engineering challenges to transform the way we fly, drive, build, and power. Through the ingenuity of its people and cutting-edge advanced manufacturing techniques, the company, headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA, delivers quality products that ensure customer success and shareholder value. Arconic is the premier designer and manufacturer of aerospace and industrial fasteners, latches, bearings, fluid fittings, and installation tools. Their products are used nose to tail on commercial and military aircraft, as well as on jet engines, industrial gas turbines, automobiles,
Arconic employees volunteer restore native habitat at the Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve.
commercial transportation vehicles, wind turbines, solar power systems, and construction and industrial equipment. The company, together with its independently endowed Foundation, is also working to improve advanced manufacturing education not only in the United States, but also in the countries where it operates. Through collaboration with nonprofit partners, the Foundation’s initiatives make quality STEM education opportunities available to students and help to create access for underrepresented individuals to the STEM fields through support engineering and technical skills, training through community colleges, vocational technical schools and universities around the world. The thousands of Arconic employee volunteers who share their talents and time to make a difference in their communities further enhance the work of Arconic Foundation.
“WE SUPPORT EDUCATIONAL ENDEAVORS THAT HELP PREPARE THE 21ST CENTURY ENGINEERING AND ADVANCED MANUFACTURING WORKFORCE, THROUGH NONPROFIT SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, AND MATH (STEM) PROGRAMS...”
Director of Operations of Arconic Fastening Systems, Fullerton Location