EASTON, MD — Caloris Engineering has become a member of the Talbot County (Md.) Public Schools Career and Technology Education Advisory Board.
As a member of the advisory board, Caloris representatives have a chance to interact with engineering, technology and career program teachers at the middle and high school level in Talbot County.
“We hope this new role for Caloris Engineering with the Talbot County schools will foster deeper connections, expose Talbot County students to the engineering field and help develop the future work force in the county,” said Caloris Engineering President and CEO Jim Peterson.
Caloris already has employed several Talbot County students as interns over the past several years, many of whom return during college summer breaks to intern as well. Caloris plans to send employees to visit classes at the middle and high schools in the county to talk about the engineering field and what its like to work in the industry.
Caloris Engineering’s new Human Resource Manager, Andrea Traylor, will be the company’s main representative to the advisory board.
“I am excited to foster this relationship with Talbot County School students and teachers,” Traylor said. “This is an opportunity to help develop the next generation of engineers, right here on the Eastern Shore.”
About Caloris Engineering, LLC
Caloris Engineering is a process technology company that engineers and builds thermal and membrane processing systems for the juice, dairy and other food industries to create the best achievable concentrates and a wide spectrum of powders produced on Caloris Compact Multiple Stage (CMS) spray dryers. Caloris equipment is also used to treat industrial wastewater, including the Caloris Thin Film Dryers (TFDs) that convert brines and other wastewater concentrates into powder. Caloris technologies are consistently energy efficient for lower costs and reduced carbon footprints. Caloris was founded in 2006 in Easton, Md. Learn more at https://www.caloris.com.