Allie Jo Vogrig, a senior in the Myers-Lawson School of Construction, speaks with Virginia Tech alumnus David Coleman of Donley’s Inc. at the fall career fair. Vogrig begins a position as a project engineer at Donley's after she graduates. “I signed a full-time job offer on my first day of senior year," she said. "More people should know about this amazing school."
It may be the construction industry’s worst-kept secret: There aren’t enough Virginia Tech Myers-Lawson School of Construction graduates to satisfy hiring demand.