BAILEYVILLE, ME – St Croix Tissue representatives, along with sister companies Woodland Pulp and St. Croix Chipping, took the time to speak to local students about future career opportunities at our facilities thanks to a student at the school. As part of an internship, senior Justin Carney planned the career day with the help of his guidance counselor.
Students from 7th-12th grade attended the event on March 23rd that had representation from our manufacturing site, local colleges, medical facilities, armed forces, law enforcement, fire departments, and financial institutions. The event also involved students from the St Croix Regional Technical Center to provide their perspective on the field they are currently studying. Pictured in this photo during the career fair from L to R are Stephen Donnell and Kristen Russell of St Croix Tissue, Taylor McIver of Woodland Pulp, and Scott Monk and Drew Hayward of St Croix Chipping.
As Washington County’s largest employer, St Croix Tissue, Woodland Pulp and St. Croix Chipping enjoyed the chance to share information about the vast number of varied career options available at our three facilities. If you are interested in career opportunities at our sites, please visit: https://woodlandpulp.com/careers/ or https://www.stcroixtissue.com/careers/