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May 12, 2015

Bloomington, IN– On Thursday April 30th, a plastics materials and processing class from Ivy Tech visited TASUS to tour the plant and learn more about the company. TASUS continues to look for ways to build upon and strengthen our relationship with Ivy Tech and other schools in the area.

We would like to thank Ivy Tech and Ms. Christine Griffith for taking the time to bring this class over to our facility.

If you are interested in arranging a plant tour please contact the marketing department at or 812-610-8462.

April 23, 2015

Bloomington, IN– The Indiana Chamber of Commerce and Indiana INTERNnet recognized TASUS Corporation for the company’s excellent intern program. TASUS has been recognized because of the company’s outstanding performance in finding, developing, and hiring interns.

TASUS brought seven representatives to the luncheon from intern supervisors to former and current interns. Attending the luncheon for TASUS was Director of Marketing Jay Brown, Director of Technical Development Robbie Elliott, Maintenance Manager Hank Baugh, as well as past interns and apprentices Casey Marks, Michael Frederick, Shannon Enstrom, and Zoul Ballman.

TASUS Interns:

Over the past year TASUS has brought in two talented interns, which have been offered full-time positions with the company. Intern Michael Frederick is a student at Vincennes University. Frederick is an intern with the technical development department at TASUS and will become a full-time employee upon his graduation in May 2015. Zoul Ballman was an intern while attending Indiana University in 2014. Ballman is now a full-time employee with the marketing department at TASUS’ North America headquarters.

In addition to those interns, Shannon Enstrom was an apprentice at TASUS while attending Ivy Tech Community College. TASUS invested in Enstrom’s education at Ivy Tech and he now holds a full-time position in the tooling and maintenance department.

INTERNnet Impact Awards:

The Indiana INTERNnet Impact Award luncheon hosted a number of businesses from throughout the state which have demonstrated excellent intern programs. The luncheon was sponsored by and hosted at the Ivy Tech Culinary Center in Indianapolis. The luncheon recognized businesses in attendance for their outstanding work with interns.

The luncheon’s keynote speaker was Jennifer Fisher, Culture and Retention Manager at Group Dekko. Fisher gave an inspirational speech on why you should not fear failure, you should learn from it. The luncheon concluded with closing remarks from Indiana’s Lieutenant Governor Sue Ellspermann.

On behalf of TASUS, we would like to thank the Indiana Chamber of Commerce, Indiana INTERNnet, and all of the sponsors for inviting and recognizing TASUS at this event. TASUS plans to continue to grow the intern program this year, developing more talented young professionals for their future careers.

For more information on the Indiana Chamber of Commerce or Indiana INTERNnet follow the links below:

Indiana Chamber of Commerce

Indiana INTERNnet

April 23, 2015

Bloomington, IN– TASUS recently took part in the first annual Career and Technical Education (CTE3) Summit hosted by the Indiana Region 8 Works Council and Hoosier Hills Career Center. TASUS had a booth set up for students to visit, ask questions, and learn more about career opportunities with the company and in the manufacturing industry. Additionally, TASUS representatives spoke to a crowd of over 300 students on soft skills important to employers. This served as an opportunity for TASUS to connect with the next generation of employees, while also helping to improve their skills and knowledge as they begin to transition from high school.

TASUS was represented by Director of Technical Development Robbie Elliott, Director of Marketing Jay Brown, Marketing Assistant Zoul Ballman, and Engineering Intern Michael Frederick. The diverse group of employees allowed our team to connect with students interested in all different types of careers. It was our goal to show students the benefits of working in manufacturing, while also improving general skills that can be used in any career.

The CTE3 Summit hosted a wide range of companies and post-secondary education officials. The goal was to show students the various career paths they can follow, and that there is no universal path for everyone. Students visited the various company booths, took part in mock interviews, and listened to presentations on various career related topics.

For information on the Indiana Region 8 Works Council or the Hoosier Hills Career Center follow the links below.

Indiana Works Council

Hoosier Hills Career Center

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