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SIM CFL "Improv Night"​ at SAK Comedy Lab was a fun and memorable event!

At SIM Central Florida's April event, chapter members got a first-hand glimpse of how to think quickly on your feet ... how to creatively communicate ... and how to improvise in today's fast-changing workplace.  In addition to great networking, members enjoyed lots of laughs while learning how to better improvise.  Chapter secretary Lee Bailey joined the improv artists onstage for one such participatory experience. 


If you missed March's meeting, you missed learning how technology has changed kids' lives by providing 3D-printed limbs

At the March 2019 SIM Central Florida meeting, guest speaker Albert Manero, president of Limbitless Solutions, shared how 3D printing is empowering children born without arms -- by providing creative and expressive prosthetics.  LEARN MORE



Congratulations to our SIM Connect Live registration winner
Congratulations to Adrian Chervenkov, Manager IT Infrastructure for Red Lobster Management, who won a FREE registration to SIM Connect Live held on May 15-17 right here in Orlando! Join Adrian and register today for this year's conference featuring a rich array of speakers and breakout sessions!  CHECK IT OUT HERE

News From SIM Central Florida

SIM Central Florida donates $1,000 to local robotics students

SIM Central Florida has donated $1,000 to a group of Orange county middle school students and to assist them with their efforts in robotics competitions.  The group, called "Error 404: Team Not Found," is team of eight middle school students working together in their second season in FIRST® family -- an organization that gives students the opportunity to explore and solve world problems related to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Through an annual challenge, teams are encouraged to design, build, and program a robot that competes in certain tasks. 

“Our goal is to provide students with experience in robotics and engineering through exciting, challenging competitions and to build confidence and leadership abilities in our team members,” says Harsha Gagadam, SIM Member and mentor to the Error 404 robotics students.