News

July 22, 2019

Congratulations to Zachary White and McCormick Stevenson for Once Again Receiving USF’s Corporate Ambassador of the Year Award!

Zachary White and McCormick Stevenson were recently recognized for the second year-in-a-row by the University of South Florida’s (USF) Engineering Alumni Society for the team’s outstanding efforts as a Corporate Ambassador.

The Corporate Ambassador Program was created to help facilitate partnerships among students, alumni, engineering-related companies and the College of Engineering. The Ambassadors serve as liaisons between the engineering community at large and USF. The key objectives of Corporate Ambassadors are to:

  • Connect alumni to USF College of Engineering
  • Participate in engineering-related activities
  • Advocate for USF and the Engineering profession

Zachary White has been involved as a Corporate Ambassador since 2016, educating the McCormick Stevenson team about opportunities to get involved while also participating in many events. In addition to Zac, several other MCCST team members have contributed to advancing the local engineering community, including:

  • Paul Stevenson, who presents at leadership in engineering courses  
  • Nat McCormick and J.B. Wright, who are engaged with the local student ASME chapter
  • Robin Hussong, who organizes the Tampa Bay Engineering Internship Alliance’s (TBEIA) semi-annual mixer events.

The MCCST team also attends USF’s annual Bullarney Event, which is the Engineering Alumni Society’s primary fundraising event to help provide USF engineering scholarships. And, for over 15 years, McCormick Stevenson’s internship program has enabled USF students to learn new skills and connect with industry leaders while building a resume that opens doors.

McCormick Stevenson is very proud of the team’s accomplishments! The Corporate Ambassador of the Year Award represents how our team goes above and beyond to “give back” to the engineering community at large.