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We invite you to join us as we inspire the dreams of our future workforce. This is an opportunity for your business to impact youth in our community. We will record segments of a “day in the life” of your business to give students a first hand experience in the field of their individual interest, within one of the 15 sectors of business and industry.

 

We know when we spark the interest and dreams of a youth early in his or her educational path, we build a direct connection to opportunity that is right here in their own hometown. Research tells us, by the sixth grade, a student is already determining his or her future. If a student has something that is tangible and seen as a reward for hard work and effort, he or she is able to build a plan to get to their dreams.

 

The Inspire Youth Inspire Dream Event is only the start of paving the way for college or career training. There will be extension opportunities for each student in supporting them through high school with the focus on his or her identified interests. The final destination will be for each student to be prepared to move into a career training program and/or college to pursue their passion. 

 

Through the Inspire Youth Inspire Dreams Platform our goal is to facilitate each and every student who participates in recognizing his or her

interests and discovering the opportunity to build their future in Modesto, CA.

 

To register click here. 

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Helpful Links:

March 19, 2020 executive order from Governor Gavin Newsome. The California State Public Health Officer and Director of the California Department of Public Health is ordering all individuals living in the State of California to stay home or at their place of residence, except as needed to maintain continuity of operation of the federal critical infrastructure sectors, critical government services, schools, childcare, and construction, including housing construction.  See below for the State of California coronavirus response and updates.

 

 

Public Health Resources

City of Modesto

https://www.modestogov.com/2513/Coronavirus-Updates

City of Stockton
http://www.stocktongov.com/government/departments/manager/pubWebSite.html

City of Tracy
https://www.ci.tracy.ca.us/?navid=10802

City of Manteca
https://www.ci.manteca.ca.us/Administration/coronavirus/Pages/coronavirus-information.aspx

City of Ripon
http://www.cityofripon.org/news/what_s_new/c_o_v_i_d-19_precautions

City of Lathrop
https://www.ci.lathrop.ca.us/city-manager/page/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19

City of Lodi
http://lodi.gov/AlertCenter.aspx?AID=City-of-Lodi-declared-public-emergency-r-81

San Joaquin
https://www.sjgov.org/covid19/

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We are always looking for new Chamber U speakers.

Do you have something educational to share with our community? We are always eager to learn!

Contact the Chamber today, we would love to hear from you

 

209-577-5757

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EDC Meeting- The Modesto Chamber of Commerce conference room- This is open to the public

Join us in the Chamber conference room Wednesday morning April 1, 2020 at 7:30 with Laurie Smith & Bob Quintella, City of Modesto Parks & Recreation.

Topic:Parks, recreation & neighborhoods: Dedication to quality of life

The primary mission of the Modesto Chamber of Commerce is to develop and promote initiatives that will unleash the economic potential of the Greater Modesto Area for the benefit of all our citizens. Benefits accrue from a vibrant, growing economy in the form of more and better-paying jobs, a stronger sense of community and a continuously improving quality of life.

 

Modesto Chamber of Commerce

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During the 2020 calendar year, the city of Modesto will hold a sesquicentennial celebration – Modesto150 – consisting of a series of community events.  Across the city, organizations and communities are encouraged to participate!

The goals of the Modesto150 celebration are to:

  • Embrace civic pride through a celebration of the city’s history.
  • Strengthen the role of Modesto’s heritage as a part of its cultural identity for residents and visitors.
  • Enhance long-term public appreciation of Modesto’s heritage, while keeping an eye toward a fresh and prosperous future.
  • Increase awareness of Modesto’s historic buildings, structures, landscapes, and people.
  • Involve greater numbers of people in preservation-related and economic development efforts.

Explore the official Modesto150 website to learn how you can celebrate with us, and consider partnering with the City of Modesto to help get the word out about your Modesto150 event!

View the Modesto150 fact sheet (PDF) for more information.