Having a good mentorship program is like having a good sandwich. It can seem kind of cheesy, and at first might have too many layers, but once you really get into the meat of it, mentorship can be a filling, energizing and even flavorful experience. Bolton & Menk's mentorship program provides an opportunity for mentors and mentees at all levels of the organization to develop a professional relationship intended to benefit both parties. The program provides many benefits including:
The American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) - Minnesota Chapter recognized the City of Hopkins at the annual banquet on Friday, January 25, 2019. The Artery project received the Engineering Excellence Honor Award for their work to create a vibrant, interactive, and pedestrian friendly area.
The American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) - Minnesota Chapter recognized the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community at the annual banquet on Friday, January 25, 2019. The CSAH 83 Improvements project received the Engineering Excellence Honor Award for their work to expand a county highway and rebuild an internal roadway system under a constant flow of more than 20,000 vehicles per day.
Bolton & Menk participated in the annual Engineering CEOs of Minnesota (ECEOM) food drive with engineering firms throughout the state. Food, clothing, books, and funds were raised for local food shelves, along with time spent volunteering for these causes.
Our staff took some time to help pack food for the Feed my Starving Children and BackPack Food programs. In addition, Bolton & Menk employees donated a total of $39,513 to area food shelves.
Collectively, engineering firms throughout Minnesota raised a total of $287,311 through the ECEOM food drive.