To kick off this year’s program, students enrolled in the 2014 West Coast Bright Design Challenge got a behind-the-scenes look at surface finishing and plating in action. During the first 2 weeks of the program, K&L Anodizing and MFASC Chapter President, Bryan Leiker and General Brite Plating President, Alan Olick walked students through each of their facilities, providing the opportunity to ask questions and inspire their projects.
As Bright Design students fully immerse themselves in the program, both K&L and General Brite Plating have offered to help complete all surface finishing processes for their projects, free of charge. NASF and our members are proud to support student efforts to advance and innovate our industry. Final judging for West Coast Bright Design will take place in December.
Sponsor the Next Generation of Surface Technology Professionals
MFACA is now accepting West Coast Bright Design Program sponsorships. Sponsorship contributions benefit the Bright Design Challenge Scholarship Fund. Participating companies will have their name mentioned and listed on program literature and in our national magazine, Products Finishing. You will also be invited to the final judging on December 9, 2014.