Student Chapter Exhibit Connected Members to Their Companies’ Future

March 5, 2019

During the Student Chapter Exhibit at MCAA19, students from top schools showcased their chapters’ successes and discussed internship and job opportunities with member companies. The connections don’t end there. Members can visit www.MCAAGreatFutures.org for year-round access to student resumes and chapter profiles. Be sure to take advantage of the website’s new job board feature to post job openings, with exclusive access to student chapter members!

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Get to know Shaabini Alford, Vice President of Project Management and Design Build at Murray Company before she joins Coffee with Koontz this afternoon!

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Virtual meetings are now the new “normal” and likely take up most of your day. But are you getting the most out of your meetings? Join us June 11 at 2pm EDT for some basics on effective virtual communication. Register today at http://ow.ly/mFgZ50zZ7gK

Working with the IPD team at Penn Medicine, @MCA_MW member company Southland Industries (@SouthlandInd) shaved 15 months from a construction schedule for a portion of a new hospital tower to prepare for the potential influx of COVID-19 patients.

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