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2/26/2014 8:44:00 AM
Free 'Get into Energy' event at Yavapai College Saturday

Yavapai College presents a free "Get Into Energy" community event from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, March 1, at its Career & Technical Education Center, 220 Ruger Road near the Prescott airport. The event is open to all, and includes free hot dogs and Pepsi.

The atmosphere will be "electric" with contests, prizes and information related to the college's electric utility and pre-engineering courses that prepare students for high-paying careers in a variety of industries. The event includes a drawing for two $1,000 scholarships for students who enroll in an electrical program. Career coaches will be on hand to discuss career options and class offerings.

Guests will be able to try a robot challenge, motor trainers and targeting drops from cherry picker buckets. Demonstrations include electric utility pole climbing and proper use of "hot stick" tools. Guests who get their electric utility passports stamped at various events will be entered to win prizes. Radio stations KQST and KVRD will be broadcasting live from the event.

Representatives from www.aps.com">Arizona Public Service, Salt River Project and Tucson Electric Power will provide information about job opportunities in the electric utility industry.

For more information call 928-717-7726.

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