Training & Retaining Young Engineers: A Look at How One Company Fills Their Talent Pipeline | John Crane
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Training & Retaining Young Engineers: A Look at How One Company Fills Their Talent Pipeline

18 February 2018

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As young professionals get ready to graduate from college, the question weighing heavily on their minds is typically “What’s Next?!” One company is trying to help answer that question for newly minted engineers entering the workforce. I recently spoke with Adrian Conrad, an engineer who has spent a decade working with John Crane in locations all around the world.

Conrad manages EngineeringU – an Accelerated Development Program initiated by John Crane in 2014 that is designed to attract, train, and retain engineering talent. In this year-long program, young engineers rotate through different segments of John Crane’s global engineering department and work with highly experienced engineers on real-world projects.

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