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This will be our second round of neighborhood meetings and we would like to invite you to the conversation. We want parents, pastors, teachers, grandparents, students, young professionals, local business and community organizers that can share their perspectives as it relates to east, west and north Tulsa resident needs associated with employment. What are the challenges, needs and opportunities for your area? We want to hear from people who live and/or work in these areas that can help share information relevant to their communities. If you attended the first meeting, please feel free to come again.
You can help our region develop our expansive and inclusive plan for moving our communities and economy forward through stronger educational and training opportunities for our residents.
If you have questions or would like additional information, please contact Denise Reid at 918.560.0255 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Funding partners: George Kaiser Family Foundation, Public Service Company of Oklahoma, Community Service Council, and INCOG
Benefactors: Part-Time Pros, Williams, and Xposure
Supporting Sponsors: Bank of Oklahoma and Reliant Live
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Tulsa Regional Chamber
The Tulsa Regional Chamber hosts a variety of forums to share information on a variety of subjects that affect economic development. Many forums are free and most are held at the Tulsa Chamber offices. Subjects include education, HR, health care, small business and more. Not all event RSVPs are tracked using Eventbrite; for a full list of Chamber events click here.
For more information about the education programs at the Tulsa Regional Chamber contact education manager, Kuma Browne, at email@example.com or 918.560.0218.
*Partners In Education is a partnership program between Tulsa Public Schools and the Tulsa Regional Chamber. Hundreds of Tulsa companies and organizations partner with TPS sites to offer valuable benefits to Tulsa students. Partnerships can benefit from volunteers in the classroom (reading buddies, testing monitors and lunch buddies) as well as donations such as uniforms, school supplies, snacks and financial donations.