The Dominion Cove Point LNG Terminal in Lusby needs employees, and College of Southern Maryland students need jobs. A recruiting event Feb. 16 at the Leonardtown Campus brought those two needs together.
Mathnasium in California, Maryland, has just passed a major milestone! The business that is dedicated to helping students succeed celebrated its 1st anniversary on Feb. 16, 2017, at the St. Mary’s County location.
From students working on higher education to former students who have already earned their degrees, employers will find a multitude of potential employees at the Tri-County Job and Career Fair on March 28, 2017, at the College of Southern Maryland La Plata Campus. Employers who want to participate in the job fair can register until March 10 on the CSM website.
Increasing numbers of Southern Maryland residents have been making the decision to have solar panels installed on their homes, and Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative is willing to help. There are several things to consider if you are unsure of the process of choosing the right panels and having them installed.
Austin J. Slater, president and CEO of Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative, has been recognized by the National Safety Council as a CEO Who “Gets It” for 2017. The NSC finds safety leaders each year and recognizes their actions because they demonstrate a personal commitment of first creating and then sustaining a culture of health and safety in the workplace.
Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative customer-members who would like to learn more about SMECO’s smart meters are invited to stop by any of the open houses that are planned. The first open house will be held from 4 to 7 pm Jan. 26, 2017, at the Calvert Library at 850 Costley Way in Prince Frederick.
Making some energy-saving changes on campus garnered a big payout for the College of Southern Maryland. CSM received a $133,000 rebate from Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative’s Business Solutions program after the college completed retrofit lighting projects in buildings at the La Plata, Prince Frederick, and Leonardtown campuses.
If you made a New Year’ resolution to improve your education credentials, then check out the offerings at the Southern Maryland Higher Education Center.
George Erichsen, a longtime employee of St. Mary’s County government, will resign his position as Department of Public Works and Transportation director to accept the position of executive director with the St. Mary’s County Metropolitan Commission. Mr. Erichsen was chosen for the position following a nationwide search.
Winter is upon us. As the temperatures outside drop, electric bills rise. Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative offers energy-saving tips.