As Northeastern Junior College’s diesel program continues on the track to becoming the industry standard diesel program, it is welcoming a new partnership. Representatives from Waste Management were on campus Wednesday to talk to students about the company and a Technical Apprentice Program (TAP) they will be offering for NJC students.
“There’s boatloads of opportunities here and it’s a wonderful company to work for,” said Brad Meade, fleet manager at the Kennesburg location.
“We got experience here, we’ve got good people here and looking to bring more on,” Ed Kroll, manager of the Sterling site, added.
Others at NJC on Wednesday included Gerald Dickerson, area fleet manager for Arizona, Colorado, Utah and New Mexico; Matt Charles, fleet manager for Ault, Sterling and Estes Park; Todd Noe, district manager for Ault, Sterling and Estes Park; and Gabrielle Duran, talent advisor.