RCC Hosts Made In Robeson Day
Robeson Community College celebrated the impact of manufacturing in our county at Made in Robeson Day ’19 on Tuesday, November 6th, 2019. RCC hosted more than 1,700 students from various schools and ten industries, including the Robeson Historical Museum as they displayed the many products made in Robeson County.
Local manufacturers presented table-top exhibits, hands-on activities, and videos showing how products are made in Robeson County.
“This was a home run,” President Melissa Singler told The Robesonian.
Thank you to our speakers and sponsors including Public Schools of Robeson County, Committee of 100, Robeson Technical Works, Robeson County Economic, Development Office, Robeson County Chambers of Commerce, Lumberton Visitors Bureau, Robeson County History Museum and the Center for Occupational Research & Development.
Participating Schools: Prospect Middle, Red Springs Middle, Fairmont Middle, Parkton, Orrum Middle, Townsend Middle, CIS Academy, St. Paul’s Middle, South Robeson Intermediate, Littlefield, Pembroke Middle, Southeastern Academy, Lumberton Junior, Magnolia Elementary
For more information contact William L. Locklear, Assistant Vice-President Public Service & Applied Technology Programs, via email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at 910-272-3304.