MMR Hosts a BASF TECH Academy Class for High School Students
Monday, June 24, 2019
BATON ROUGE, La. – High school students from BASF’s TECH Academy visited MMR’s campus to tour the Craft Training Center and learn about electrical and instrumentation construction. BASF’s TECH Academy is a free, week-long educational program conducted during the summer and is sponsored by BASF in coordination with River Parishes Community College (RPCC).
Through the program, students gain exposure to a variety of crafts within the technical realm. The students left the MMR Craft Training Center with a better understanding of how technical jobs are vital to our company’s operations.
In-order to be qualified for the program, students must complete an essay that is part of the application, have a 3.5 GPA or higher, and attend a school in Ascension Parish.
MMR is the industry leader in instrumentation and electrical construction, maintenance and technical services. Under the leadership of President and CEO James “Pepper” Rutland, MMR continues to grow both regionally and nationally with 30 branch offices throughout the United States as well as in Canada, Trinidad, Venezuela, Ecuador and Panamá.