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Early Education Small Business Program - Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce

This handout describes the Early Education Small Business Program, a business mentoring and training program for early education childcare providers which gives them the knowledge, understanding, and tools necessary to operate a sustainable and profitable small business.  This document was a handout at the 2014 ACCE Annual Convention presentation “Healthy Workforce, Healthy Economy” by Richard Dayoub, President & CEO, Greater El Paso Chamber of Commerce; David Rattray, Senior Vice President of Education & Workforce Development, Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce; Bryan Stephens, President & CEO, Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce; and ReadyNation.

Organization: Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce
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Education and Workforce Development Handout - Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce

This document was a handout at the 2014 ACCE Annual Convention presentation “Healthy Workforce, Healthy Economy” by Richard Dayoub, President & CEO, Greater El Paso Chamber of Commerce; David Rattray, Senior Vice President of Education & Workforce Development, Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce; Bryan Stephens, President & CEO, Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce; and ReadyNation.  It provides information about the LA Chamber’s Education & Workforce Development Council, which convenes local business leaders interested in partnering with educators in an effort to improve public education, expand access to higher education, and develop a 21st century workforce capable of competing in a global economy.

Organization: Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce
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Early Learning Investment Legislation & Access Washington, D.C. Handout - Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce

This document provides research and statistics and notes the actions that the LA Chamber will take in support of quality early education. The Chamber’s advocacy agenda for Access Washington, D.C. is also included.  This document was a handout at the 2014 ACCE Annual Convention presentation “Healthy Workforce, Healthy Economy” by Richard Dayoub, President & CEO, Greater El Paso Chamber of Commerce; David Rattray, Senior Vice President of Education & Workforce Development, Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce; Bryan Stephens, President & CEO, Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce; and ReadyNation.

Organization: Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce
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Starting Smart & Finishing Strong - ReadyNation

This document provides research which shows that investing in early childhood development can have a significant short- and long-term impact on children’s lifelong success and on our economy.  It was a handout at the 2014 ACCE Annual Convention presentation “Healthy Workforce, Healthy Economy” by Richard Dayoub, President & CEO, Greater El Paso Chamber of Commerce; David Rattray, Senior Vice President of Education & Workforce Development, Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce; Bryan Stephens, President & CEO, Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce; and ReadyNation.

Organization: ReadyNation
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IT Managed Services Provider RFP - Chandler Chamber of Commerce

This is a request for proposal (RFP) to obtain proposals from qualified IT managed service providers.  The RFP includes a project description; submittal guidelines; timeline; IT environment description; certification, license, and insurance requirements; and a list of questions for the proposer.

Organization: Chandler Chamber of Commerce
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Website RFP - Sherwood Chamber of Commerce

This is a request for proposal (RFP) to obtain proposals from Sherwood Chamber members and others to support and enhance the quality of the website www.sherwoodchamber.org.  The RFP includes a description of bidder selection, overview of the project, budget and cost estimates, background of the chamber, and proposed timeline.

Organization: Sherwood Chamber of Commerce
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Website Redesign RFP - Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce

The San Antonio Chamber of Commerce has initiated a Request for Proposal (RFP) process to identify a business qualified to plan, execute, and redesign the chamber’s English and Spanish websites. The selected organization must be a member in good standing with the chamber.  A few of the elements included in this RFP are: information about the chamber, project background and goals, style guidelines, required elements, timeline goals, budget, and proposal instructions.

Organization: Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce
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RFP for Technology Services - Cartersville-Bartow County Chamber of Commerce

This is a request for proposal (RFP) for a three year agreement for Technology Services.  The RFP contains the scope of work or service, a list of questions for the bidders, and bid evaluation criteria.

Organization: Cartersville-Bartow County Chamber of Commerce
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Business AfterSchool - Greater Spokane Incorporated

Business AfterSchool is a series of industry week open house events for students grades 8-12, educators, parents, and community organizations that provides on-site awareness of Spokane’s high-demand industries highlighting new technology, research, development, and innovation.  This document contains a list of industry week events for 2014.  It was a handout at the 2014 ACCE Annual Convention presentation “Future Workforce: Addressing the Skills Gap and Talent Equation” by Kelli Wells, Director of U.S. Education Programs, GE Foundation; Patricia Milka, Director, Competitive Workforce, Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce & Industry; Alisha Benson, Vice-President of Education and Workforce, Executive Director, Spokane STEM Network, Greater Spokane Incorporated; and Alisa May, Executive Director, Priority Spokane.

Organization: Greater Spokane Incorporated
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Education and Workforce Handout - Greater Spokane Incorporated

This document was a handout at the 2014 ACCE Annual Convention presentation “Future Workforce: Addressing the Skills Gap and Talent Equation” by Kelli Wells, Director of U.S. Education Programs, GE Foundation; Patricia Milka, Director, Competitive Workforce, Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce & Industry; Alisha Benson, Vice-President of Education and Workforce, Executive Director, Spokane STEM Network, Greater Spokane Incorporated; and Alisa May, Executive Director, Priority Spokane.  It describes Greater Spokane Incorporated’s Education & Workforce Program, provides information about how the program can impact businesses, and details the many ways that members can get involved.

Organization: Greater Spokane Incorporated
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