In the Media: Minority Engineer
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In the Media: Minority Engineer

  • Jason Harry in Minority Engineer
12.15.2015
Jason Harry, Hess Senior Subsea Engineer, is featured in a cover story in the latest issue of Minority Engineer magazine.  “Power Players” explores how young engineers are bringing fresh perspectives to the energy sector.
 
Growing up in southwest Louisiana, Harry’s extended family’s livelihood was tied to the industry.  He said there was never any doubt he would pursue a career in the energy sector.  With degrees in physics and chemical and biomolecular engineering, his education continues at Hess where he gets “to work hand-in-hand with guys who have been in the industry for 30 to 40 years.”  “They may be at the edge of retirement, but they are also trying to pass along as much knowledge as possible to the next generation, and I’m a complete sponge,” Harry said.
 
Click here to read more about Harry’s journey to Hess.
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