Roundtable Focuses on Area Workforce Needs


CSM’s Nuclear Engineering Technology, Career Starters Programs Discussed

College of Southern Maryland students shared their perspectives on the college’s Career Starters and workforce development programs, and the new Nuclear Engineering Technology: Instrumentation and Control degree program with Congressman Steny H. Hoyer and representatives of the U.S. Department of Labor and U.S. Department of Education at a roundtable Aug. 5 at the Prince Frederick Campus. From left are fourth-year electrical student Travis Quade, Hoyer, incoming CSM freshman Stephen Angell and second-year electrical student Ed Harrod. The students had the opportunity to provide their perspectives on the associate degree program being offered at the college beginning this fall as well as Career Starters job-specific training. For information visit