17 Apr STEM students to learn about engineering jobs
The future of engineering (and science, technology and math) will be coming to WithersRavenel.
Students from Wake STEM Early College High School will come to WithersRavenel’s Cary office on April 18 for a STEMtastic Job Shadow Day. The 10th-graders will learn about our company’s departments, how WithersRavenel completes a typical project and have an opportunity to meet engineers and other employees.
The Job Shadow Day is in partnership with the Wake STEM Business Advisory Board, whose members include WithersRavenel. The BAB is a group of businesses that supports the school’s mission and provides students with educational and professional opportunities.
Wake STEM Early College High School is a public school and a joint project between the Wake County Public School System and North Carolina State University.
WithersRavenel is proud to support Wake STEM and looks forward to the students’ visit!