Engage with RCA on Social Media
RCA offers many ways for you to connect, communicate, share, build relationships and interact with the Culinology® community. RCA social media channels are effective platforms to not only will get the latest on all industry happenings, RCA news and student announcements, but to engage with your peers and grow your personal connections year round. Below you will find links to each platform, information on how to follow the social media channel and tips on how you can participate with the RCA social community!
Follow @Culinology for the latest industry information and news. Mention RCA by including @Culinology in your tweets to involved in the conversation. Talking about the 2018 RCA Conference? Tag your posts with #RCA2018, the official hashtag of the event, or follow #RCA2018 for event updates and to hear what others are saying about the annual conference.
Connect with your peers and get news on fellow RCA members, regional events and more by liking the Research Chefs Association Facebook page. You can send updates to fellow RCA Facebook followers by making a post directly to the page. You can upload photos, videos and comments. Mention @Culinology in your Facebook posts so that we can see what you have to share!
Join the discussion, share articles and ask questions on the RCA LinkedIn group page. The discussion forum is an opportunity to discuss industry topics is a business-oriented, open setting with both RCA members and non-members.
Follow the RCA LinkedIn company page to stay up to date on association news. From Culinology magazine articles to event updates, you can stay informed on everything RCA. Plus, you can comment on any RCA company post or share updates with your LinkedIn network.
In addition to social media, RCA Connect is the go-to, online-community to connect with 2,000+ members in a private forum, exclusive to RCA members. Join a community to connect with other members that share similar interests and subscribe to a discussion forum to become a part of the conversation.