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STEM Career Guest Speaker Susan Winslow

Oct. 29, 2012

On October 24, 2012, our awesome Vice President of Western Operations, Susan Winslow, volunteered to spend the morning with 10th graders at Delta High School as the STEM Career Guest Speaker of the week. A senior health physicist at Dade Moeller, Susan shared with the students her career "story" -- how she decided to study Health Physics, what her degree entailed, and what she thinks is "cool" about her career. She also talked about how she started her career working in ...

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United Way Campaign: Painting Delta High School

Oct. 20, 2012

This post is part of a month-long series related to our Richland office's "Improving Lives" United Way campaign. Please click here to learn more about this great campaign and how we are supporting it.

Dade Moeller staff member Emily Maloney tapes up the Delta High School sign before painting the wall as part of a community service project.
Emily Maloney tapes the edges of the Delta High School sign before painting the walls. The walls were painted blue and yellow to match the school's logo.
From the United Way Campaign journal of Executive Secretary Paula Tumlinson...

October 11, 2012: "An 11-person crew ...

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It's All About the STEM!

May 22, 2012

We're super excited to be part of STEM Con 2012 this week -- a collaboration between the Washington State STEM Education Foundation, Delta High School, Washington State University Tri-Cities, and Columbia Basin College, as well as local companies and professionals that deal in STEM, like us!

STEM = Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

STEM Con 2012 is a week-long conference/convocation that offers students in the Mid-Columbia region to engage with STEM professionals and have hands-on experiences ...

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Mock Job Interviews at Delta High School

Feb. 2, 2012

By: Roshelle Pavlin, SPHR

On Wednesday, January 25, I had a great opportunity to volunteer as a local business representative at Delta High School's "mock job interviews." This was my first interaction with the school, although I am very familiar with the "STEM" (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) concept, having once been a science and math teacher.

Delta High School not only encourages its students in science, technology, engineering, and math, but, as demonstrated by this project, also teaches the ...

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