Video Tuesday: SCCTC Involvement

Welcome to Video Tuesdays, a space on our blog to reflect on videos that have documented the success of Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation over the past few years and celebrate the advances we’re making in both the oil and gas industry as well as the community that we serve.

This Tuesday, we’ll look at a video that highlights one of the many ways that Cabot gives back to the community. Today’s video, which can be found on our YouTube channel, shares the stories of Susquehanna County Career and Technology Center students impacted by a $50,000 donation from Cabot.

Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation saw a need for financial assistance within the Susquehanna County community and wanted to alleviate the stresses of motivated youth looking to learn a trade and advance their education. We know that the oil and gas industry provides jobs and we hope that local youth will ultimately fill those positions, so we wanted to use our resources to build upon this idea.

Last week, Cabot participated in SCCTC’s Challenge Program Senior Awards Ceremony where four students were awarded $250 each to start their careers and pay for supplies. The awards are intended to celebrate dedicated students in a variety of education-related categories including attendance, academic excellence, academic improvement and community service. Be sure to read tomorrow’s Drilling Down post for a brief recap and a closer look at Cabot’s social responsibility.

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Bill desRosiers

Raised in Highland Falls, New York, William desRosiers learned about responsible resource development, firsthand, as a part of his family's mining business. William received his B.S. in Management, B.A.in History and MBA from Misericordia University. He currently serves in External Affairs for Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation. His primary responsibilities include strengthening media relationships, managing company-run fundraising programs, building better community relations and representing Cabot every chance he has.

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  1. […] The best thing about SGI was that it was more than just industry members walking around and putting their equipment on display. Representatives from the Penn Stater had a booth promoting their meeting spaces and services to the industry and the Washington County Chamber of Commerce was there to discuss their membership and events. We also saw several members of community organizations around the Exhibit Hall, including Mary Dreliszak, our representative for the Challenge Program that Cabot is sponsoring for the Susquehanna County Career & Technology Center. […]

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