Forum to feature UM Medical System vice president BWI...

BWI Digest

April 17, 2000

Forum to feature UM Medical System vice president

BWI Business Partnership will hold a Spirit of Success Breakfast at 7: 45 a.m. Tuesday, featuring as keynote speaker Stephen C. Schimpff, executive vice president of the University of Maryland Medical System.

The breakfast will take place at the Baltimore Washington International Airport Marriott, 1743 W. Nursery Road, and reservations are required. The cost is $25 for nonmembers; members attend free.

Information on the partnership -- an economic and transportation management association -- or reservations for the breakfast: 410-859-1000.

Airport trade show scheduled for next month

BWI will be host to the 72nd American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) Conference and Exposition, the largest trade show of its kind in the country. The event is scheduled for May 21-24 at the Baltimore Convention Center.

David L. Blackshear, executive director of Maryland Aviation Administration, is expecting officials from airports of all sizes and geographic regions. Industry professionals, who provide products and services to airports nationwide, will also take part in the trade show, which showcases cutting-edge technology in the industry.

The opening reception will support the AAAE Foundation. More than $1 million in scholarships has been awarded through the AAAE Foundation Scholarship Fund to more than 800 students seeking to fulfill their educational goals in aviation.

BWI Career Fair to be held at airport's international pier

Dozens of employers at BWI and from the area are planning to interview prospective employees at the second BWI Career Fair from noon to 6 p.m. May 18 on the lower level of the airport's international pier, which is served by light rail.

Available jobs will include professional, managerial, technical, administrative, clerical, security, retail sales, hospitality, aircraft support and food service. Participating employers will include airlines, hotels, retail operations, job placement companies, federal and state government agencies, hospitality and security companies. Last year, some job offers were made on the spot.

During the fair, workshops will cover resume writing and interviewing skills. Information: Maryland Aviation Administration, 410-859-7229.

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