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Nicole Arnold speaks with Jeff McDuffie, Safety and Environmental Coordinator about the importance of safety. Later, Nicole interviews Member Service Specialist Selene Lopez about how she used her training to save the life of her cousin.
Nicole interviews Trinity High School Science teacher and Kenan Fellow Mindy Thornlow, who spent her summer internship with Randolph EMC.Mindy describes her professional journey and which students she especially seeks to reach. As a high school science teacher and trusted advisor to her students, Mindy seeks to open new worlds of possibility for her students. She talks about her desire to help them see a professional path forward, one that provides a stable, enriching career and also does not require heavy debt for post-high school education.Randolph EMC is proud to partner with NC electric cooperatives, NC State, and the Kenan Fellows to offer this deep investment in workforce development for the benefit of young people.
Nicole interviews Paul Caviness, Manager of Energy Services, and Brooke McNeill, Energy Efficiency Specialist. Paul and Brooke describe how they provide home energy audits free of charge for members who have concerns about their energy usage. They recount instances where their audits have saved members money on their electric bill. They also provide tips for members on smart ways to keep your house cool during the hot summer months without maxing out their power consumption. Finally, Paul and Brooke describe a new campaign from REMC called Connect To Save, which helps members stay in control of their power bills.
Randolph EMC chose Kristen Jensen to represent the cooperative for the national Youth Tour event, held annually in Washington, DC. Kristen is a basketball star at her high school, winner of a prestigious college scholarship, an EMT and a volunteer in her community. Randolph EMC is proud to bring recognition to young people in our area who are dedicated to service to others.
Randolph EMC new member Patrick Desota, also known as radio DJ Chase Matthews, recounts his experience receiving a high energy usage alert. Puzzled at first, Patrick called Randolph EMC to investigate further. Patrick and podcast host, Nicole Arnold, discuss the source of the problem. If left undiscovered, Patrick's bill would have been very high at month's end. Patrick describes the value of Randolph EMC's communication tools to save members money.
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