U.S. Representative Virginia Foxx to Host Roundtable at The Refrigeration School, Inc.

Virginia Foxx

PHOENIX – U.S. Representative Virginia Foxx (R-NC) will visit The Refrigeration School, Inc. (RSI) on Monday, May 13 as part of her effort to champion career education. After touring The Refrigeration School, Rep. Foxx will host a roundtable discussion focused on expanding access to career education.

Roundtable participants include: RSI representatives and graduates, local employers, College Success Arizona, College Parents of America, and additional representatives from Pima Medical Institute, Conservatory of Recording Arts & Sciences, West Coast Ultrasound Inst., and Arizona Private School Association. Press are invited to attend and will have an opportunity to conduct interviews following the discussion.

  • Who: S. Representative Virginia Foxx and various stakeholders
  • When: Monday, May 13 at 10:30 a.m.
  • What: Foxx hosts roundtable discussion following tour of The Refrigeration School, Inc.
  • Where: 4210 E Washington St., Phoenix 85034

As Republican Leader of the House Committee on Education and Labor, Rep. Foxx has a passion for minimizing government involvement, and she champions individual freedom in respect to education. Rep. Foxx also led efforts to modernize and reform the nation’s workforce development system as Chairwoman of the House Subcommittee on Higher Education and Workforce Development.

About The Refrigeration School, Inc.

The Refrigeration School, Inc. was founded in Phoenix in 1965 and has been training students for sustainable HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) careers for more than 50 years. Offering hands-on education with a strong emphasis on the highly sought-after electrical skills, diagnostic and mechanical technology proficiency employers seek, RSI’s programs include Welding, Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Heating Technologies, Electro-Mechanical Technologies (HVAC-R), Mechanical Maintenance Engineering, and an online solar certification training.


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