Cirtronics serves the development of the next generation high tech workforce by sponsoring the FIRST Robotics Team #1519, Mechanical Mayhem.
As the premier contract manufacturer in advanced robotics manufacturing, Cirtronics understands the importance of investing in STEM education and experiential learning. FIRST Robotics Team membership empowers students to enter into technical employment with enthusiasm, experience and knowledge.
“Working with FIRST Robotics has taught me the value of technical collaboration, and a lot of the skills I will need to succeed. I already knew that Cirtronics built robots, but during our onsite visits to Cirtronics, it was great to be able to take what I had learned on the robotics team, and see how it applied in real life”, said Layth Juma-Stephenson, a long time Mechanical Mayhem team member.
Mechanical Mayhem won the Granite State District Event and presented with the Gracious Professionalism Award. This prestigious award recognizes outstanding demonstration of the FIRST core values of working together respectfully, and supporting the success of other teams.
Working successfully as a team requires bringing out the best in each individual. This philosophy of fostering an individual’s potential is how Cirtronics hires, grows as a company, and serves its customers, employees and suppliers.
Cirtronics is a great choice for customers looking to build a strategic, interdependent, collaborative relationship with their contract manufacturer. Founded in 1979 in Milford, New Hampshire by Gerardine Ferlins, Cirtronics’ foundation is built on the idea that each individual holds unique potential. The organization’s role is to identify and develop that potential through ongoing collaboration and engagement. The company’s mission is to serve and continually improve under its DUO (Do Unto Others) philosophy. DUO is practiced in every interaction with each of the “6 We Serve”: Customer, Corporation, Employee, Supplier, Environment and Community.
Since 2002, Cirtronics has offered an Employee Stock Ownership Program (ESOP), now at 40 percent ownership. Cirtronics’ culture of ownership runs through all aspects of the organization, extending from relationships with suppliers through shipping of every single product. Employee-owners are direct stakeholders who recognize the customer as an extension of their own business. Dedicated to positive outcomes and proactive engagement, employees bring their best to every interaction with customers and to every decision impacting the company infrastructure and offerings. Additionally, Cirtronics is ISO 9001 and ISO 13485 certified, as well as FDA registered.