Pratt & Whitney Military Engines employee Anita Rebarchak was selected by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME's) to appear in the "New Faces of Engineering," a recognition program coinciding with National Engineers Week (Feb. 17-23).
She is one of 18 young engineers featured in an ASME ad in USA Today.
Launched in 2003, "New Faces of Engineering" promotes the accomplishments and contributions of young engineers, two to five years removed from college graduation, while creating awareness of the impact that engineers have on society.
Rebarchak was honored last year as winner of the ASME Early Career Award. The award, established in 1994, is to help young engineers bridge the gap between college and professional life.
"Ms. Rebarchak is an inspiring example of the current generation of young engineers who are building our future," said Thomas Loughlin, executive director of ASME. "At both Pratt & Whitney and ASME, Anita has demonstrated leadership, dedication and a commitment to the future of the engineering profession. Indeed, she is a role model for other young men and women considering engineering as a career choice."
Click here to read the press release about Anita Rebarchak selection for the ASME's "New Faces of Engineering" recognition program.
Click here to see the ad in USA Today featuring the ASME "New Faces of Engineering."