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Sponsorship Opportunities Available for Inaugural Family College & Career Conference

Sponsorship Opportunities Available for Inaugural Family College & Career Conference

Become a sponsor today of the inaugural Family College & Career Conference! The FCCC is a collaboration of the Linda Lorelle Scholarship Fund and the East End Chamber of Commerce Foundation. This is a guide for students and parents to choose the right major, financial plan, college and career. Over 2,500 Houston-area students seeking college and career preparation information and resources will explore career pathways by visiting various “neighborhood” areas that are designated to different industries and career opportunities. Students and parents will also hear from panels of business professionals discussing all the different career opportunities and benefits from their industries.

The day-long conference will take place on January 24, 2016 at the George R. Brown Convention Center.

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Houston East End Chamber Presents 5th Annual Education Symposium

Houston East End Chamber Presents 5th Annual Education Symposium

The Houston East End Chamber of Commerce began the dialogue in 2013 to create a bridge between industry and education in order to create a workforce that meets the needs of businesses. The great work continues in 2016! They continue to discuss partnership models that are effective and are taking a look at the current changes in schools, discussing how industry can provide effective feedback, and calling for action.

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NPR: Massive Mural Of Underwater Sea Life Pops Up In The East End

NPR: Massive Mural Of Underwater Sea Life Pops Up In The East End

Tomeka Weatherspoon, Houston Public Media, December 11, 2017 East End community groups and artists gathered to unveil a new large-scale mural. It’s a wall of underwater sea creatures not far from the city docks. “It was a year of planning,” said Veronica Gorczynski of the Greater East End Management District. Her group supports efforts to beautify the area. “We had over 300 people over 2 weekends — that includes a Saturday and a Sunday just cleaning up the site.” “If residents aren’t coming out and walking their neighborhood, we have to ask ourselves why.” said Gorczynski.

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