American Mold Builders Association
Our membership with the American Mold Builders Association is a testament to our dedication to the future. As members, we participate in insightful surveys, like their Industry Pulse Survey. These surveys help the organization identify industry opportunities and highlight trends. Being a part of the American Mold Builders Association also ensures that our employees have access to continual training and educational opportunities.
Lincoln High School
Our CEO, Rick Hecker, serves on Lincoln High School’s Advisory Committee Board. Our partnership with the school has allowed us to teach and train high school students who are interested in manufacturing. In our program with the school, we provide machines and tooling in the classrooms and lead hands-on training sessions for the students. Our goal is to create new opportunities for any student who wants to start a career in manufacturing.
Macomb Community College
Eifel Mold & Engineering has also partnered with Macomb Community College. We offer an exceptional apprenticeship program for students who want to become future mold makers and machinists for companies like Eifel Mold & Engineering. There’s no question that manufacturing needs more skilled workers—that’s why Eifel is here to help pave the way for them.
Community Outreach & Involvement
Eifel Mold & Engineering has always been a community-focused plastic injection molding manufacturer. Whether we’re teaching CAD design courses or helping high schoolers jumpstart their careers in manufacturing, we’re committed to building a better future for our community.
Keep reading to learn more about our current partnerships and community outreach efforts.
American Red Cross
Eifel Mold & Engineering is proud to donate to several carefully chosen organizations, like the American Red Cross. This national organization is also dedicated to giving back to its many communities through disaster relief, affordable health and safety courses, blood drives, and other initiatives.
Toys for Tots
As a family-owned business, Eifel Mold & Engineering is always searching for new family-focused community outreach programs. We’ve partnered with Toys for Tots because we believe in what they are doing. They are a non-profit charity run by the U.S. Marine Corps; its mission is to help children in need by donating toys and books to local organizations, schools, and charities.
Based in Detroit, MI, Forgotten Harvest has been providing generous food donations to individuals and families in need for over three decades. Our involvement with Forgotten Harvest includes volunteering on their Farm Team. We hope to continue helping Forgotten Harvest feed families in our community.