October 6, 2022

RPCC’s Reserve Campus will host Stem Night: Open House & Career Fair – L’Observateur

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RESERVE — River Parishes Community College will host Stem Night: Open House and Career Fair, a
Marathon sponsored event, on Thursday, June 16 from 4 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. at the Reserve Campus
location.

Stem Night will consist of free food and giveaways. There will also be a chance for the community to
meet with instructors and faculty members that teach the science and technical courses, experience
hands-on demonstrations and learn more about each of the programs that RPCC offers.
This event is to explore career paths and learn about degrees and technical diplomas RPCC offers.
Business and industry partners will be in attendance as well to discuss employment opportunities and
types of income students can expect from starting a career with them.

“Our Garyville Refinery is proud to sponsor RPCC’s upcoming Open House and Career Fair,” said
Marathon Petroleum stakeholder & community engagement representative, Iman Montgomery. “One of our community investment priorities is workforce development, and we encourage interested
community members to attend this event to learn more about available educational and training
programs that support professional success.”

This event is sponsored by Marathon and is open to everyone looking to start, change or further their
education and enhance their careers in the industrial fields.
“We warmly invite you to RPCC's STEM NIGHT: Open House & Career Fair at Reserve! Our aim is to reinvigorate our communities with the necessary education and training that opens doors to many careers leading to well-paying, even lucrative jobs, stronger, happier families, and a more cohesive and prosperous community! At RPCC, you can truly start here and geaux anywhere," said Micah Andrade, Reserve’s interim campus director.

For more information, email mandrade@rpcc.edu or jwilliams@rpcc.edu or call 985-536-4418.



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