Supporting Student Goals for Success

I train new hires, transfers, rehires, job reclassification’s, and various different work groups how to complete mechanical assembly skills/ projects for Boeing.

There are a lot of different industry standard processes that are in place to be successful at Boeing and I always spend time with each person giving emphasis to the ones that apply specifically to being an assembly mechanic.

  • Safety; I always start with safety. Working safely and using the proper personal protective equipment is the foundation of what we do. In order for you to be successful you need to be safe. I emphasis that you should never be in a hurry, if you rush and make a mistake or hurt yourself you immediately worked against your original intent.
  • Engineering Drawings and Specifications; I show them how to navigate and print these.
  • Bill of Materials, I teach them to always go down their bill of materials one by one and check of that they have the parts and quantities they need before starting their job. This seems tedious up front but it prevents you from stopping and wasting time by having to leave your work area or stop and distract yourself to look for something on the back end
  • Installation Plan; I show simplify how easy the job is if they follow their installation plan closely. The installation plan has time management built right into it for their jobs.
  • Organization and Containment; I explain and then demonstrate how being organized and properly containing your parts, tools, and foreign object debris supports safety and time management.

How to Write an APA Paper for My Students to Reference


How to Write an APA Paper for My Students to Reference

Aryn C. Escudero

South Seattle Community College



American Psychological Association (APA) was developed by social and behavioral scientists to standardize scientific writing. The APA is the leading scientific and professional organization representing psychology in the United States. Since the development of the APA format it has become widely accepted as the standard for academic documents. A Literature review paper should include four major sections: the Title Page, Abstract, Main Body, and References. An Experimental report APA style paper is more complex that the format used for literature. An experimental report typically includes up to nine sections: the Title page, Abstract, Introduction, Method, Results, Discussion, References, Appendices (if necessary) and a table of contents and/or figures (if necessary) Further details on the APA format is found in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, (6th ed., 2nd printing).

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The American Psychological Association (APA) style was developed by social and behavioral scientists to standardize scientific writing. There are two types of APA formats, Literature review and Experimental Report. The general APA format guidelines include typing using 12 pt. Times New Roman font, double-spaced on standard 8.5” x 11” paper with 1” edge margins on all sides with a page/running header.

Your abstract should be a concise summary of the conclusions of your research and no more than 250 words, followed by listing your keywords. Do not start a new page for your keywords, start a new paragraph and type Keywords: in Italic followed by the keywords researchers can use to find your work in databases.

Finally, cite all of your resources on your reference page.


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