Auto parts leader to address Tool & Die and Mechanical Engineering students at George Brown College
TORONTO, March 13, 2013 /CNW/ - Founder and Honorary Chairman of Magna International, Frank Stronach, will visit George Brown College to inspire students with his rags-to-riches story.
Magna, started by Stronach as a one-man tool & die shop in Toronto, grew into a world-leading automotive parts manufacturer and one of Canada's largest publicly traded companies.
While at George Brown, Stronach will tour the college's tool & die training shops, speak with engineering technologies students and discuss his new book, The Magna Man: My Road to Economic Freedom.
By sharing his experience about building a successful company, Stronach will provide invaluable insight and inspiration for George Brown students.
|WHO:|| Frank Stronach, Founder and Honorary Chairman of Magna International and author,
The Magna Man: My Road to Economic Freedom
|George Brown College Tool & Die and Mechanical Engineering students|
|Anne Sado, President, George Brown College|
|WHAT:|| Tour of tool & die shop, and several other skilled trades and training shops in George
Brown College's Centre for Construction and Engineering Technologies
|Photo-op with Frank Stronach and George Brown President Anne Sado in tool & die shop|
|Frank Stronach address to students and Q&A|
|WHEN:||Thursday, March 14, 2013 @ 2:15 PM|
|WHERE:||Casa Loma Campus of George Brown College|
|Bridgman Ave. service entrance (50 feet east of Dartnell Ave.)|
SOURCE: George Brown College
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