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Chamber Happenings Sept. 24-Oct. 5, 2018

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Provided by Prince William Chamber of Commerce Here’s what’s happening at the Prince William Chamber of Commerce Sept. 24-Oct. 5, 2018. Council and Committee meetings are open to members only as a benefit of membership. $ indicates a paid event (Member and a Non-Member pricing).  Members can bring a guest at member price. Events marked “Chamber HQ” are held at 9720 Capital …

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Connecting Students with Work-Based Learning Opportunities

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Provided by Prince William Chamber of Commerce The Prince William Chamber of Commerce Education & Innovation Committee has recently been working closely with Manassas City Public Schools to get a new program off the ground: Work-based learning opportunities for local students. Beginning this month, the Chamber will actively seek businesses who want to offer local students real-world work experience in …

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Chamber Seeks Volunteer ‘Readers’ for National Young Readers Day

Provided by Prince William Chamber of Commerce The Prince William Chamber of Commerce Education & Innovation Committee is looking for volunteer readers for National Young Readers Day, Nov. 14. Each year the committee takes on the task of providing coverage for nearly all public elementary schools in Prince William County and the Cities of Manassas and Manassas Park. Readers generally …

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Chamber Inducts 2016-2017 Board of Directors, Presents Annual Report at State of the Chamber Luncheon

Provided by Prince William Chamber of Commerce On Thursday, June 30 the Prince William Chamber of Commerce celebrated the end of their fiscal year with their Annual Meeting Luncheon at Heritage Hunt Golf & Country Club. Jim Dinegar, President & CEO of the Greater Washington Board of Trade was the Keynote Speaker, offering insights on recent changes to the region’s …

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