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Steel Away: STV’s Paperless Initiative Benefits Boy Scouts Charity Drive

As part of a broader effort throughout STV to be a more paperless company, the Boy Scouts of America (BSA), benefitted from the scraps. STV, a longtime corporate supporter of BSA, donated about seven tons of scrap metal – mostly ...
STV Employees at MileStones 2022

STV Helps Raise $300K for National MS Society

STV once again demonstrated its long-standing support for the National Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society by serving as a major sponsor for the society’s annual MileStones Gala in Boston earlier this month. STV was a presenting sponsor, and Alicia Lawless, senior ...

Annual United Way Fundraiser a Virtual Success

Employees in STV's Douglassville office recently took part in an annual fundraiser to support two local chapters of the United Way organization in Berks County and Greater Philadelphia. Despite having to conduct this year's fundraiser online for the first time, ...

Philadelphia Office Goes Extra Mile

Members of STV's Philadelphia office recently banded together virtually to conduct a steps challenge and scavenger hunt as part of a fundraising effort to benefit the Penn State Health Children's Hospital Four Diamonds Fund to fight childhood cancer. By combining ...

Employee Helps During Pandemic

As the COVID-19 crisis has led to unprecedented challenges, Jermaine Huell, STV's supply chain diversity manager, recently volunteered his time to lend an assist to New York City's medical professionals and essential workers. Huell volunteered at donation sites across the ...

Baltimore Engineering Specialist Makes it Count for Middle Schoolers

Kelly Misner, P.E., of our Baltimore office, was recently honored by Maryland MATHCOUNTS with its Wallace S. North Jr. Award for outstanding service to the organization. MATHCOUNTS is a nationally based nonprofit organization that strives to make math education more ...

Washington, D.C. Engineers Talk Careers with Young Women

As part of our Washington, D.C. office's longstanding support for the Washington School for Girls (WSG) in the Capital's Anacostia neighborhood, an STV employee volunteered for several events that benefit female students in grades 3 through 8. WSG is an ...
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Boy Scouts logo over filing cabinets

Steel Away: STV’s Paperless Initiative Benefits Boy Scouts Charity Drive

As part of a broader effort throughout STV to be a more paperless company, the Boy…

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STV Employees at MileStones 2022

STV Helps Raise $300K for National MS Society

STV once again demonstrated its long-standing support for the National Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society by serving…

Read More

Annual United Way Fundraiser a Virtual Success

Employees in STV’s Douglassville office recently took part in an annual fundraiser to support two local…

Read More

Philadelphia Office Goes Extra Mile

Members of STV’s Philadelphia office recently banded together virtually to conduct a steps challenge and scavenger…

Read More

Employee Helps During Pandemic

As the COVID-19 crisis has led to unprecedented challenges, Jermaine Huell, STV’s supply chain diversity manager,…

Read More

Baltimore Engineering Specialist Makes it Count for Middle Schoolers

Kelly Misner, P.E., of our Baltimore office, was recently honored by Maryland MATHCOUNTS with its Wallace…

Read More

Washington, D.C. Engineers Talk Careers with Young Women

As part of our Washington, D.C. office’s longstanding support for the Washington School for Girls (WSG)…

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