Students Invited to Explore Careers at Spicer Group

Spicer Group is excited to announce the return of an Explorer Program in our Saginaw office. Our goal is to share career exploration and information with students who have an interest in the fields of civil engineering, land surveying and/or information technologies. Students will have opportunities to learn more about career areas related to science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

This program is open to all high school students. We are planning five sessions to be held from 5:00 to 6:30 pm, from October 2018 through March 2019. Sessions will be held in our Saginaw office at 230 S. Washington Ave., Saginaw, MI.  Each session will focus on a different area within the civil engineering and/or land surveying fields.

Join us on October 24th, 2018 for our first session with speaker Eric Barden, Professional Surveyor. Eric will share the world of land surveying, mobile mapping, and will show the role new technologies play in a land surveyor's daily work life.

Learn more about this career path and others related to civil engineering and information technology. Click on the Download Application button in the upper right-hand corner to sign up. Cost will be $10 per student, $5 per returning student, with Spicer Group picking up all additional costs, and pizza will be served. The program is limited to the first 40 students who register.

Contact Sarah Vallier for more information about Spicer's new Explorer Post: sarahv@spicergroup.com or call 989-921-5559

Speaker Schedule

Oct. 24th, 2018 | Eric Barden, P.S., Andy Schafer, LSIT, Jeremy Dancer, P.S.

Surveying in the Technological Age

Discover how today’s surveyors use cutting-edge technology like robots, drones, lasers, sonar, and more to complete measurement tasks on everything from small commercial development projects and multibillion dollar data centers, to automated warehouses and the world’s largest public infrastructure projects.

Nov. 14th, 2018 | Kenton Scherzer & Zach Guerrero, EIT

Engineering Your Community: Designing for Municipalities

Learn the process of using civil engineering to design, oversee construction on, and maintain infrastructure like roads, bridges, water distribution systems, wastewater collection systems, and sidewalks for communities big and small.

Jan. 9th, 2019 | Brent Dankert, P.E., & Nate Pfenninger, P.E.

Making Sure It All Works with Construction Services

Once everything is designed, what happens when the hammer swings? Discover the process of how Construction Service Technicians inspect, test, and verify that projects big and small are being built according to plans and specifications.

Feb. 13th, 2019 | Tanya Moore, PLA

Landscape Architecture & Nurturing the Environment

Discover how Landscape Architects impact communities and quality of life by analyzing, planning, designing, managing, and nurturing the built and natural environment in parks, campuses, streetscapes, trails, plazas and other projects that help define a community.

Mar. 13th, 2019 | Jenny Allen

Engineering a Road from Start to Finish

Learn about how the roads we travel every day are designed. From the challenges, like drainage and right-of-way constraints, to the decision-making process when choosing the best solution to rehabilitate an old road, and how to use CAD software to build the plans.

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