Veterans enter the workforce with identifiable and transferable skills, proven In real-world situations, to accomplish our Cooperative’s mission. REC’s Veteran’s add value to our workforce because they: 

  • Have extensive technical, leadership and safety skills.
  • Have the proven ability to learn new concepts and skills.
  • Are mission-driven.
  • Have received crisis and risk management training.
  • Are adaptable and have great problem-solving skills.
  • Work efficiently, effectively and diligently in high-pressure and fast-paced environments.
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The annual Quad County Business Summit aims to help business owners connect, learn and prosper. These goals are similar to REC's goal to connect the c...

REC is All About the Louisa Business Buzz

Monday | November 30, 2020
REC is primed for economic growth. Connected by various major interstates, railroads, airports and state roads, REC is well poised for success. To sup...
John Arp, P.E. has been promoted to Rappahannock Electric Cooperative’s executive leadership team as Vice President of Engineering, Operations and Pow...