CHS ALUMNI MOMENT: Rope Dorman

The CHS Alumni Moment is Heard on 1390 KNCK, 98.3 FM and NCKToday.com
The CHS Alumni Moment is Heard on 1390 KNCK, 98.3 FM and NCKToday.com

This summer, Concordia High School graduate Rope Dorman joined U.S. energy giant ExxonMobil as an Instrumentation Engineer, providing engineering expertise and support for safe and reliable operations, maintenance work and projects.

ExxonMobil, one of the world’s largest publicly traded energy providers and chemical manufacturers, develops and applies next-generation technologies to help safely and responsibly meet the world’s growing needs for energy and high-quality chemical products.

Dorman, a 2018 graduate of Concordia High School, says he ensures instrumentation designs, equipment, systems, and applications meet industry codes and standards and adhere to company practices and specifications.

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Dorman graduated this year from Kansas State University with a degree in electrical engineering.  Through a job search online, he discovered an opportunity with ExxonMobil in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

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During the Concordia High School Alumni Moment on 1390 KNCK and 98.3 FM, Dorman shared with KNCK's Loren Swenson that he always enjoyed science and math and was interested in learning more about both.

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Rope, the son of Brian Dorman and Michelle Gallagher, says he misses Friday night games and representing the Panthers on the football field.

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You can listen to the complete interview with Rope Dorman on the Concordia High School Alumni Moment when you visit the Talk Shows page on NCKToday.com.