George Lock, Communitarian Staff Writer
DCCC is holding its STEM career day Nov. 18, from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. on the Marple Campus. This event is a hands-on learning experience, where college alums will talk about their success in the STEM field. Also on hand will be four-year graduates and STEM employers.
The event will include professionals such as Nick Jackson, a Senior Full Stack Engineer who graduated DCCC in 2015. Sarah Detrick, a Human Factors Engineer at Boeing. Ayanna Garden, a Mechanical Engineer at Vineland Electric Utility and a graduate of DCCC class of 2017. And lastly Dr. Jamie Green, a doctor in Educational and Cultural Psychologist and founder of Think and Grow Solutions, Inc.
Students can meet with employers from companies like Boeing, SEPTA, Penn Machine Works LLC, and much more. On top of that, graduates from universities around the state will answer questions about the college program or work life experience.
Registration is available at https://dccc.secure.force.com/events#/esr?eid=a0v1T00000GOlW1QAL.