Aries Industries’ corporate values are Accountability, Reliability, Integrity, Excellence, and Service. Service extends not only to our customers, but also to our community.
We contribute to the community by supporting several charitable, service and educational organizations. Whether it’s donating time or money, or participating in an event, our employees get involved to help improve the lives of others.
Aries President/CEO Nick Kroll is leading the Waukesha MADE effort, a partnership between manufacturers and the Waukesha school district. The program raises awareness of careers in manufacturing among high school students and their parents.
Every year Aries forms a team to ride in Bike MS. Donations help the National MS Society fund research, advocate for change, and help people with MS live their best lives. The camaraderie, passion, and memories stay with our team for a lifetime.
The WCTC Integrated Manufacturing Center is a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility, built to help meet employer demand for skilled workers. Because of Aries’ financial support, the completed facility includes the Aries Industries Electronics classroom.
Multiple sclerosis is an unpredictable, often disabling, disease of the central nervous system that interrupts the flow of information within the brain, and between the brain and body. Millions of people are affected by MS. The National Multiple Sclerosis Society addresses the challenges of each person affected by MS by providing health and wellness programs, continuum-of-care services and supporting MS research.
Two agencies merged to establish ‘Safe Babies Healthy Families’. Their shared vision of breaking the cycle of child abuse, neglect and poverty through education, support and resources made the merger an ideal way to provide seamless services to at-risk families and their children.
The Food Pantry of Waukesha County is an advocate to increase awareness of hunger in the community and promote collaborative action to provide food to those in need.
Interfaith Senior Program’s mission is to help older adults, adults with disabilities, and family caregivers live dignified, meaningful, and engaged lives while maintaining their independence for as long as possible.
Waukesha MADE is a School District of Waukesha program that helps students discover rewarding careers – and businesses develop the talent essential to their ongoing success. MADE stands for Manufacturing, Automotive, Design and Engineering, and the curriculum focuses on those areas. Waukesha MADE student participation starts in the early years of high school. The businesses partner with the district and have a voice in establishing the curriculum at the high schools – helping ensure that students are prepared for the jobs in their industries.
Within WCTC‘s more than 130 areas of study, students are developing the skills needed to be competitive in today’s job market. Thanks to sophisticated, state-of-the-art technology integrated into all WCTC programs, student learning remains on the cutting edge. Whether an associate degree, technical diploma, or short-term certificate, all programs offer students comprehensive training that provides them with skills that can be immediately applied to the workforce.
For over 80 years, Easter Seals Southeast Wisconsin has been touching the lives of thousands of children and adults with disabilities by providing them with exceptional services, free from the barriers that separate them from achieving greater independence. Building on the values of Integrity, Respect, Humility, Welcoming, and Determination, they’ve developed a vision to build a world where all people with disabilities and their families are equal in every way, and can realize their goals, dreams and aspirations.