MWH Treatment Looks for the Next Generation of Engineers
MWH Treatment is always looking to help younger people find a career that interests them and gets them excited about venturing into the world of employment. Some of our employees attended the Careers Networking Event held at Loreto Grammar School on March 9th to talk to the pupils there about what MWH Treatment does and how they can have a great career in engineering at one of the UK’s leading design and build firms.
Joining the likes of Siemens, BT and Manchester Metropolitan University, the event was a huge success for MWH Treatment. Our staff met dozens of the Year 11 and 12 pupils from the Altrincham based girls’ school.
MWH Treatment Process Engineer Adriana Reyes Cordoba said “Careers networking is a great chance for us to meet those students who could be interested in a career in engineering. The girls were all absolutely brilliant and there are definitely some promising futures ahead.”
We attended the event as part of STEM support, as we try to encourage the teaching and development of science, technology, engineering and mathematics with young people. This an important educational group and one we always feel it is vital to speak about at events just like this. We ended up with quite a few students hoping to gain work experience with us in the future having been taken with the positive work we do around the world.
Ariadne Bates, the event organizer, was full of praise saying “I just wanted to say a massive thank you to those of you who were able to attend. The girls were buzzing, and the feedback I’ve had so far has been fantastic.”
Events like these are important because they can really be the difference in a young person deciding what career path to take. Opening their eyes up to job roles they never considered could unearth a hidden talent in engineering, design, Human Resources or any one of the numerous disciplines with MWH Treatment. We are always happy to meet the next generation of industry employees and will be attending many more events like this in the future.