Michigan Tech has developed impactful programs that inspire students to enter the STEM Pipeline, actively engage in their learning and application of these newly acquired talents, and provide them professional skills that will launch and sustain them through their careers.
We provide solutions at every step to the challenges facing our economies thirst for intellectual talent.
During the week of May 8, 2017, Michigan Tech staff traveled to Green Bay and the Fox Cities of Wisconsin to provide an educational seminar on “best practices” related to the Talent Pipeline. This is the second year for this event. In 2016, similar presentations were made in the communities of Traverse City and Grand Rapids, MI.
Between the two events, the team addressed over 100 HR professionals, managers, and engineers managers with information related to:
- Inspiring students to consider STEM
- Giving them tools to communicate their acquired talents
- Development and recruitment of talent
The presenters included:
- Steve Patchin, Director, Career Services
- Amanda McConnon, Assistant Director, Center for Pre-College Outreach
- Jim Desrochers, Associate Director of Industry Relations, Office of Innovation & Industry Engagement
During the two-hour event, the presenters shared statistics from student surveys and highlighted best practices for recruiting. They also had a chance to experience first-hand some of the kinds of activities that make students stop and learn more.