Our Member Services department is excited to kick off another year of our New-Mac University program. Your cooperative uses this opportunity to get face-to-face with those we serve.
Classes resume April 11 and 13 when students can take in the topic: “How Power Gets to Your Home & a Co-op Update”
New-Mac University is an ongoing free seminar series offered by the co-op. Each course of New-Mac University is independent of previous sessions. Participants may choose to attend whichever classes suit their interests and will not be behind if they missed other offerings.
“How Power Gets to Your Home & a Co-op Update” will be an informative look into the step-by-step process of how electricity gets to your home. In addition to the distribution breakdown, we will also explain how power is restored during an outage. This New-Mac U will then wrap up with a co-op update on the new elements regarding our newsletter and solar webpage. It’s our hope that this will be a perfect platform for members to ask questions in relation to any cooperative services and provide feedback.
These topics will be featured April 11 at New-Mac’s Neosho headquarters. The same class will be offered at the co-op’s Anderson office on April 13. Classes will begin at 6:30 p.m. at both locations.
While New-Mac University courses are always free, the co-op does ask that members RSVP so that proper accommodations can be made. The class should take no more than 90 minutes. Refreshments will be made available.
Members may RSVP in the following ways:
- By calling our office at 417-451-1515 or 800-322-3849
- Or, by visiting newmac.com and completing a simple online registration form (below).