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Massachusetts Maritime Academy - Employer Presentations Career & Professional Services - Employer Presentations
Any company that wishes to employ our students with full time work, a cooperative education experience, or a commercial shipping billet is welcome to come to the Academy to do a presentation about their company.

Please fill out the Employer Presentation Request Form. If you have any questions, you may contact Mary Mulgrew [mmulgrew@maritime.edu] 508-830-6410.


Bechtel Presentation

Tuesday, September 30, 2014
1900
Admirals' Hall

Bechtel (BEHK tl) is the world's No. 1 choice for engineering, construction, and project management.

Our diverse portfolio encompasses energy, transportation, communications, mining, oil and gas, and government services. We currently have projects in dozens of locations worldwide, from Alaska to Australia, from England to Chile. No matter how challenging a project or how remote its location, chances are Bechtel can handle it. That's because we bring to every job an unmatched combination of knowledge, skill, experience, and customer commitment.

We have had record revenues for the past six years, and Engineering News-Record (ENR) has named Bechtel the top U.S. construction contractor for 15 straight years.

Our projects have helped grow local economies and entire regions. Our efforts have improved the quality of life for communities and people around the world. Time and again our work has demonstrated that the only limits on human achievement are those that we place on ourselves.

Privately owned with headquarters in San Francisco, we have offices around the world and more than 53,000 employees. In 2012, we had revenues of US$37.9 billion and new contract awards valued at US$23.9 billion.

Bechtel Interviews
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
0800-1600
ABS Information Commons
Must attend presentation on Tuesday to be granted an interview time.

American Bureau of Shipping Presentation
Tuesday, October 28, 2014
ABS 104
1900

Setting Standards of Excellence

The responsibility of the classification society is to verify that marine vessels and offshore structures comply with Rules that the society has established for design, construction and periodic survey.

The classification process includes:

  • the development of standards, known as Rules
  • technical plan review and design analysis
  • surveys during construction
  • source inspection of materials, equipment and machinery
  • acceptance by the Classification Committee
  • subsequent periodic surveys for maintenance of class
  • survey of damage, repairs and modifications

Offering Practical Solutions

ABS recognizes that the classification world is changing with more emphasis on complex structures, life cycle management, unified standards and safety equivalencies.

At ABS, we are dedicated to providing leadership in the development of new technologies intended to improve the safety standards for the marine and offshore industries.

American Bureau of Shipping Interviews
Wednesday, October 29, 2014
0830-1400
Must attend the presentation to be granted an interview
Location TBD



Siemens Presentation

Wednesday, November 5, 2014
1800
Blinn Hall
Siemens has ignited revolutions in energy, healthcare, industry and infrastructure & cities - all because of 360,000 people worldwide who dare to ask big questions every day.
We are a fully integrated technology company. We’re the global market leader in many fields, offering a wide range of pioneering products for energy efficiency, industrial productivity, affordable healthcare and intelligent infrastructure, with a growing focus on sustainability. Our environmental portfolio is already the most comprehensive in the world.
Join us for refresehmnents, meet our recruiting representatives, and learn about career opportunities at Siemens.

Military Sealift Command Presentation

Wednesday, November 5, 2014
1900
Admirals' Hall

Military Sealift Command is the leading provider of ocean transportation for the Navy and the rest of the Department of Defense – operating approximately 110 ships daily around the globe.

MMA Fall 2014 Career Fair

Thursday, November 6, 2014
1600-1900
Clean Harbors Athletic Center

General Dynamics Bath and Iron Works Presentation
Friday, November 7, 2014
Admirals Hall
0700

Bath Iron Works for you by delivering the right ships to the US Navy, at the right price, and providing superior support to the fleet. We're tireless in the pursuit of efficiency and value.


MSC Interviews

December 9th and 10th, 2014
0800-1600
ABS Constitution Room
Please sign up for a time in Career Services.
Online applicaitons are available  from October 23rd through November 20
Apply Online


last updated 9-15-14 by mmulgrew@maritime.edu