April 2, 2018
Bridgeport, WV – Jamie Rose, Senior Software Engineer at Allegheny Science & Technology (AST) presented at the Big Elm Elementary School Career Day on Thursday, March 29, 2018. Rose discussed various projects he currently works on at AST along with exciting career paths in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) field.
Rose has worked at AST for over six years and has a variety of Information Technology (IT) experience. As a Senior Engineer on the Project Information Collection System (PICS) Team, Rose works with over 25 DOE Nuclear Energy R&D programs that implements almost 2,000 users. He also works to establish performance measurement baselines for approved work packages and established change control processes.
“I was eager to present to the students at Big Elm Elementary. It is always exciting to inspire and educate children on jobs regarding the STEM field”, said Rose. “This is a great age to encourage students to explore potential career paths, as they are open to new ideas and have grand expectations and optimism for their future. Since the audience could be our future workforce, I always try to reiterate that there are cool ‘techy’ jobs in this area.”
The event was held at Big Elm Elementary School in Shinnston, WV. Rose presented to different classes throughout the day on Thursday, March 29th.
Allegheny Science & Technology (AST) is a woman-owned technology and energy consulting firm with expertise in applied science & engineering, program strategy & implementation, and IT development & analysis. AST integrates science and technology to deliver personalized service and trusted solutions for government and commercial clients.
Founded in 2009, AST has offices in Washington, D.C., Bridgeport, West Virginia, and Denver, CO. It is the recipient of numerous industry and government awards for innovation, client service, engineering expertise, and rapid growth including the Inc. 500 fastest growing private companies in America.