Campus Currents
Lessons that Work Kayleigh McCoy’s field experience is key to opening doors to the working world.

A Maine Maritime Academy education combines knowledge and skills learned in classrooms and labs with field experiences in real-world job settings.

It’s a formula soon to pay off for Kayleigh McCoy, a power engineering technology major, Class of 2019, who completed an internship with Penobscot Energy Recovery Company (PERC) in Orrington, Maine, and then continued working into the academic year.

The facility, which uses processed solid waste for fuel to generate electricity for thousands of Maine homes, has received awards from the EPA and others for its resource stewardship and efficiency.

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