Salem Tube Welcomes two Engineering Co-Op Students
Salem Tube has entered into a new collaborative effort with the University of Pittsburgh. The program, START, short for Salem Tube Academic Research Training, provides mutual benefits for all involved. Through START, Salem Tube has worked through the University of Pittsburgh Cooperative Education Department to bring on board two engineering students. The students entering this program alternate working four months and going to school four months, which typically includes three work rotations. While in their working months, the students are given key technical projects to solve and complete that will improve Salem Tube. Thus, both parties benefit from START by providing excellent work experience for students and by providing a boost to technical projects necessary to improve Salem Tube.