Solvay Offers Employment to Western Students

Solvay Offers Employment to Western Students

Western Wyoming Community College industrial maintenance students Jason Starkey (left) and Matt Seymour (right) were offered contingent employment opportunities with Solvay following their work as co-ops this spring semester. Photos courtesy of WWCC

ROCK SPRINGS — Two Western Wyoming Community College (WWCC) industrial maintenance students were offered contingent employment opportunities with Solvay following their work as co-ops.

Students Jason Starkey and Matt Seymour worked at Solvay as co-ops throughout the springs semester. The students did their final presentation sharing what they learned with the Solvay leadership team, and upon completion of their presentation, Maintenance Superintendent JT Price offered both students contingent offers for employment.

Co-ops are an opportunity to provide real-world experience to college students, and it is also a three to 12 month interview for the students.

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