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May 05, 2016
Imagine West Charter School’s 8th graders are researching career fields. As part of the experience, they are required to spend a ½ day with someone in their profession of interest.
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Apr 26, 2016
The Chamber’s Partners In Progress initiative celebrated last week the first high school graduates of the Career Shadowing & Mentorship program. The program has been in place in partnership with ASU and college-level participants and the success of the program prompted a partnership with local high schools.
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Apr 05, 2016
The Gilbert Chamber is pleased to announce a new partnership with the National Chamber Program and Office Depot/OfficeMax to deliver you steep discounts
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Apr 05, 2016
The East Valley Chambers of Commerce Alliance was part of a stakeholder meeting at the Capitol this week to discuss the concept of “Prosperity Districts”.
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Mar 29, 2016
A special thank you to Representatives JD Mesnard and Jeff Weninger for spending Friday morning with members of the Gilbert Chamber to talk about important State issues being addressed as the session begins to wind down.
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Mar 29, 2016
This week the top story in Arizona was the presidential primary election on Tuesday...
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Mar 22, 2016
The East Valley Chambers of Commerce Alliance (EVCCA) reviews the status of active legislative priorities with news on bills, policies, and regulations affecting the region's business environment. This month's updates include Campaign Finance Reform (SB 1516), aTransportation Funding Task Force (SB 1490), and the Senate's passing of the Unemployment Insurance Appeals Reform (HB 2222). 
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Mar 01, 2016
This week in Arizona was the final opportunity to hear bills in issue committees in their chamber of origin. The Appropriations Committees are given an extra week.   Agendas and floor calendars have been very long and filled with heated debate.  So far, out of the 1,219 bills introduced, four have been passed and signed into law by Governor Ducey.
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