Devon O’Brien is thrilled to be a student at Mellott University, and he was chosen as Student of the Month because he goes above and beyond and does things that he is not asked to do. That is just one of Devon’s many fantastic traits. Devon has a take charge attitude which will get him […]
Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) may not seem very serious when symptoms first appear. They can start with minor discomfort in the early stages with symptoms that go away after a break, or at night when you are not at work. But as you return to the same activity, the symptoms also return. Over time, symptoms increase in intensity and eventually the body does not recover, even after rest.
Kim, Jody, and Les Rocking the Berkeley Springs Apple Butter Festival Beard & Mustache Contest! Apple Butter, Beards & Shenanigans! Arts, crafts, food, music, games, entertainment, and fun were in ample supply, October 6-8 in Berkeley Springs for the 48th annual Apple Butter Festival. Mellott sponsored and judged the Beard and Mustache Contest, and we […]
Mellott is going to put one of our Mellott University students in the hot seat once a month throughout the school year. We have chosen Cody Barney of Berkeley Springs High School to be Mellott University’s Student of the Month for September. Dave Coleman, Technical Trainer, had this to say about Cody, “Cody has held […]
Antifreeze, something we all know our vehicles need, but something we rarely check. The role of antifreeze is important to the everyday running of our vehicles. In this edition of Tech Talk, we will go over the chemicals that make up Antifreeze, what type to use, how to check the strength of it, and when […]
Every year, Mellott partners with Southern Fulton High School to host an educational field trip to Antietam National Battlefield for the senior class. Since students are required to take courses in United States History, World History, and Government, this activity is an excellent opportunity for students to see firsthand where one of the most historically […]