County Executive Schuh Proclaims February 22-28 as Engineers Week in Anne Arundel County
“I want to recognize the talented and dedicated engineers working in Anne Arundel County and I encourage everyone, especially our young people, to learn more about this exciting field and the critical role engineers play in our everyday lives,” said County Executive Schuh. “We will certainly need more engineers in both the public and private sectors to meet the many challenges we are sure to face in the twenty-first century.”
The Department of Public Works (DPW) is helping to promote Engineers Week on the DPW Facebook and Twitter pages. Visit www.facebook.com/annearundeldpw or www.twitter.com/AACoDPW to learn more about fascinating world of engineering and meet some of the DPW engineers working for Anne Arundel County.
Engineers Week, a national program marked annually during the week of George Washington’s birthday (February 22), celebrates the contributions engineers make to society and serves as a catalyst for educational outreach. Washington is considered by many to be the United States’ first engineer, as he steered the nation toward technical advancements,