WithersRavenel named NC State Firm of the Month, making campus visits
WithersRavenel employees will be greeting and feeding North Carolina State students in November and December.
The university’s Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering has named WithersRavenel its Firm of the Month for November and December. We’re excited to spend time on campus in the coming weeks meeting students and talking with them about employment opportunities at WithersRavenel.
As the end of term and exams approach, WithersRavenel will be offering morning snacks and promotional items while providing students with opportunities to speak to employees. Stop by and visit us in the lobby of Mann Hall on these days:
Wednesday, Nov. 6: 9:30 a.m.-noon – Chick-fil-A with Environmental Scientist and N.C. State graduate Lindsey Woolridge.
Wednesday, Nov. 13: 9:30 a.m.-noon – Biscuits with Office Administrator and N.C. State graduate Karen Hancock.
Wednesday, Nov. 20: 9:30 a.m.-noon – Bagels with Civil Engineer-in-Training and N.C. State graduate Colleen Duryea.
Monday, Nov. 25: 9:30 a.m.-noon – Muffins with Utilities Engineer-in-Training and N.C. State graduate Parker Colbath.
Friday, Dec. 6: 9:30 a.m.-noon – Cookies with Director of Engineering, Raleigh, and N.C. State graduate Ryan Fisher.
Wednesday, Dec. 11: 9:30 a.m.-noon – Coffee and donuts with Utilities Engineer-in-Training and N.C. State graduate Casey Garland.
WithersRavenel was founded in 1983 by two N.C. State graduates, Tony Withers and Sam Ravenel. Today, among our 250+ workers, we employ scores of Wolfpack in engineering, survey, planning and professional roles. We’re proud of our strong ties to N.C. State and look forward to meeting the next generation of young leaders!
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