March 31, 2014: Nine students from the Marine Institute receive early job offers from Atlantic Towing, Limited (ATL).
As Atlantic Towing, Limited (ATL) continues to grow its fleet, the recruitment team has been busy building its future workforce. Earlier this month, ATL participated in the annual Memorial University of Newfoundland (MUN) Marine Institute Career Fair. ATL presented early job offers to nine students: four students from the nautical science program and five marine engineers.
The nine students were offered full-time, permanent employment with ATL’s offshore supply fleet based in Newfoundland upon graduation this coming spring. The students had completed one or more cadetships (student work terms) with ATL as seamen or junior engineers as part of their four-year university program.
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|Standing, left to right: Glenn Blackwood, MUN; Bernie Brockerville, MUN; Melissa Flynn, MUN; Dr. Rob Shea, MUN; Angie Clarke, MUN; Colleen Dunwoody, ATL; Tina Clarke, ATL; Stacey Miller, ATL; Catherine Dutton, MUN; and John Ennis, MUN.|
The nautical science cadets who were offered full-time jobs (seated, left to right): Andrew Riggs, Zach Lodge, Jon Stone, and Greg Brown
|Standing, left to right: Dr. Rob Shea, MUN; Angie Clarke, MUN; Glenn Blackwood, MUN; Catherine Dutton, MUN; Stacey Miller, ATL; Tina Clarke, ATL; Albert White, MUN; Melissa Flynn, MUN; and Bernie Brockerville, MUN |
The Engineering cadets who were offered full-time jobs (seated): Chad Burry, Alex Penney, Mitchell Pardy, Brandon Antle, and Alex Treharne