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A busy start to 2017

I’m not sure how it happened, but several holidays have passed since this blog last had airtime.

A busy start to 2017
In my words: Kindall Shannon

The “In My Words” series allows Mead & Hunt employees to express their perspectives on work. Please meet Architectural Intern Kindall Shannon.

In my words: Kindall Shannon
Better than ever

As we put the finishing touches on another year of great work, Raj Sheth gives you a summary of life at Mead & Hunt.

Better than ever
More career advice for students

Employees share what they have learned about the workforce with college students.

More career advice for students
Career advice for students

I remember feeling anxious about starting my first job after graduation. A hundred worries crept in: Do I have enough of the right skills?

Career advice for students
Where we’re working, Part 2

Where else have we been working? Here’s Part 2 of our recent series.

Where we’re working, Part 2
Where we’re working

Being a diversified company with a wide-ranging client base means great variety in our work.

Where we’re working
Meet our new Learning and Development Coordinator

I loved many things about college, particularly the independence. I especially appreciated being able to pick what I wanted to study any given semester. Because my major supported a very well-rounded education, I ventured into many different study areas on campus. Learning was exciting.

Meet our new Learning and Development Coordinator
Honor Flight receives Lansing team welcome

It was the first-ever Honor Flight out of Lansing, Michigan, with the organization sending veterans to our nation’s capitol to visit memorials dedicated in their honor.

Honor Flight receives Lansing team welcome
Making a difference in our community, one can at a time

This spring, Mead & Hunt participated in Canstruction® Madison, contributing untold volunteer hours and more than 3,700 pounds of food to Middleton Outreach Ministry (MOM).

Making a difference in our community, one can at a time