job fair & tailgate cook-off
The 2021 IOFLA Job Fair & Tailgate Cook-Off will be held on Thursday, October 21st
Every year the Industry of Faith - Louisiana puts on our annual Job Fair & Tailgate Cook-Off. This is our core event which was started as a directive from the Lord to help those in need, to be able to find a way to provide for themselves and their families while gaining encouragement from fellow believers.
Once again, it will be graciously hosted by our friends at River Parishes Community College
in Gonzales, LA at the Technical Training Center
RPCC has one of the most state of the art Technical Training schools around.
This event is for companies who are looking for new talent or wanting to connect with the industries up and coming job seekers.
Boothing opportunities are FREE and available for employers to come in and set up and meet with job seekers
Members of your companies team are welcome to come a be a part of this event.
Job Seeker Registration:
Job Fair Vendor Registration:
We introduced our Tailgate Cook-Off a couple years ago and it has been a huge success. Cooks in the Oil & Gas Industry come from all over to take a part in this event with a champion being crowned each year for the best food.
This year, because it has been so popular, we will be having cooking categories for the event.
So not just best food, but best in a category. Categories will be announced soon.
The Tailgate Cook-Off will take place at the same time as the Job Fair and gives a way for job seekers to get a meal and meet new people and also is a networking event for people looking share information with those in the industry.
If your company thinks they have the best cooks around than this is the event for you!
Can be made any way.
Chicken must be cooked onsite.
Examples – Wings, BBQ, smoked, grilled, fried, blackened.
No pastalaya for this category please.
Must be made from scratch on site.
Examples - Pork and sausage, chicken and sausage, turkey and sausage
-Specialty Tailgate Food
This category is for the unique and specialty food served at a tailgate.
This is your chance to wow the judges.
The more unique, the better
Examples – Smoked cracklins, armadillo eggs, meat pies, deep fried Oreos, boudin egg rolls
We look forward to seeing what the cooks will come up with.
If you have any questions about the rules and the competition, please call the Tailgate Cook-Off Coordinator Mickey Watson at 985-351-8049.
Tailgate Cook-Off Competition Registration:
If you are interested, please email us at email@example.com for more information about getting involved.
2 Chronicles 7:14 "If My people who are called by My name will humble themselves, and pray and seek My face, and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin and heal their land."
Matthew 18:20 "For where two or three are gathered together in My name, I am there in the midst of them."