Are you considering embarking on a manufacturing career at Domtar? Follow the advice of Ashdown Mill’s Kerry Brown, PIMA’s 2019 Superintendent of the Year. Learn more about her 22-year Domtar career.
When Catherine Summerell accepted an internship at Domtar, she didn’t know it would lead to a thriving biomaterials career. Find out how our internship program prepared her for long-term success in our BioMaterials group.
What does it take to be a part of Domtar’s mill management team? Learn about one man’s journey from engineer to manager of Ashdown Mill — and about how we help our colleagues develop leadership skills.
Domtar joined other companies across North America in celebrating Manufacturing Day in October. Our goal was to inspire the next generation of manufacturers by showcasing the many career opportunities available in the pulp and paper industry. We invited local students to visit several of our mills and plants for tours, Q&A sessions and hands-on activities […]
October is Manufacturing Month, and we’re celebrating by highlighting two young engineers who came to Domtar as interns and stayed as full-time employees. Find out why they chose a career with Domtar.
At Domtar, we look forward to welcoming participants to our summer internship program each year. The program brings new ideas to our business, and it helps young workers explore careers in our thriving industry. Learn more.
A unique Domtar internship program is helping immigrants find work and make connections in Aneby, Sweden. Learn how the program works, and meet two of its participants: Moustafa Alahmad and Teklit Kidane Ezgiamen.
At Domtar, we work hard to teach students about career opportunities in our industry and at our company. Recently, our Johnsonburg Mill sponsored local students as they made a video for a contest highlighting manufacturing.
For many colleagues, working at Domtar has become a family tradition that spans four or five generations. Read the stories of several of our colleagues whose family histories are intertwined with Domtar’s history.
Young printers are the future of our industry. These digital natives offer a fresh perspective that could change everything for the better. Find out why, and learn how printing veterans can mentor up-and-coming print professionals.