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Thursday, December 14, 2017 from 9 am - 4 pm
(Deadline to Apply: December 7, 2017)
ABOUT OUR JOB SHADOWING PROGRAM
Community Service is a pillar of our value system. Since the company’s inception, CERM has hosted quarterly job shadowing programs where local high school, college and post college graduates spend one day in interactive sessions with employees and business partners to gain hands-on experience in the engineering, environmental, and program management fields and to learn more about Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, (STEM) related career options.
CERM’s program serves as an important educational tool to positively impact students and their decision making around career planning, while enhancing students’ academic experience, and it also gives participants a platform to develop professional relationships. In total, CERM has hosted 10 job shadowing events serving more than 24 students.
Our objective is to support workforce development initiatives in the communities we serve by leveraging CERM's technical and project delivery capabilities as an Engineering and Program Management firm with market standing in the transportation, government, energy, corporate and education sectors. Several Shadowing Program participants have completed their studies and are now working in STEM-related markets across the U.S. for multinational organizations, governments, and small businesses such as CERM. Our expectation of graduates is that they become productive members of society and their respective communities, while supporting similar STEM initiatives in communities where they serve. Our wish is to foster more diversity in this industry by developing a pipeline of engineers and scientists from underserved communities.
We are interested in highly motivated students who are interested in gaining hands-on experience in the engineering, environmental, and program management fields. If this describes you, please complete the form below. You may email any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.