It’s happening right here in Baton Rouge.

ExxonMobil is safely and responsibly supplying what the world demands to keep moving forward every day, right here in the Capital City. Our diverse and dedicated employees are proud to call Baton Rouge home, donating their time and talents to improving the lives and opportunities for generations that follow.

Here’s what they have to say.

Strengthening Our Community.

Helping Local Nonprofits
Last year, we awarded over $241,500 in volunteer grants to area nonprofits and schools.
Investing in the Community
Nearly $3M was invested in the past two years to help capital city nonprofits provide essential community services.
Volunteering for United Way
For five years as the premier sponsor of the Capital Area United Way’s Season of Caring, our volunteers have worked 8,790+ hours, resulting in an overall community impact value of $215,000+.

Driving Our Economy.

Training Our Neighbors
With over 420 graduates since its inception, Baton Rouge Community College and ExxonMobil’s North Baton Rouge Industrial Training Initiative (NBRTI) offers no-cost training that provides credentials in electrical, millwright, pipefitting and welding for students seeking job opportunities in the industrial sector.
Supporting Local Businessess
With over $102.7M spent with suppliers in Baton Rouge and Port Allen, and $61.6M spent with North Baton Rouge suppliers, ExxonMobil is contributing to our thriving local businesses.
Creating Jobs
Our average annual payroll of $512M supports more than 3,300 employees in Baton Rouge and Port Allen and nearly 3,800 contractors.

Preparing the Next Generation.

Inspiring Women Engineers
Through our Annual Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day, over 270 female students from more than 14 East and West Baton Rouge Parish schools have been inspired to consider careers in science, technology, engineering and math.
Supporting Students
With our support, 21 area schools are active in the National Math and Science Initiative (NMSI) Readiness Program with 40% demonstrating mastery of college-level material.
Giving to Higher Education
$40K was given to Baton Rouge Community College to create a Virtual Reality Training Lab to safely and effectively train students in a virtual environment.