PLEASE JOIN US FOR THIS OPPORTUNITY TO NETWORK AND BE RECOGNIZED FOR YOUR HARD WORK AND DEDICATION
BUSINESS APPRECIATION RECEPTION
WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 2019
5:00 pm to 7:00 pm
DABNEY S. LANCASTER COMMUNITY COLLEGE
CLIFTON FORGE, VA 24422
GUEST SPEAKER: STEPHEN MORET, PRESIDENT OF VEDP
(VIRGINIA ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIP)
ATTENTION ALL INDUSTRY BUSINESSES
JRTC is going through a review from SREB and the Department of Education. This particular review is for all nine of the regional centers across the state of Virginia. This survey is for industry partners. The survey needs to be completed by Friday, May 3rd, so as you can see the window for taking this survey is short. Please help us by finding the time to fill this survey out. It should take 15 to 20 minutes to complete. I am also going to have my teachers send this out to members of their craft committees. This data and data from all other area surveys, teachers, students, parents, and counselors, will be compiled and broken down with me when the SREB does an on-site visit on May 15th. The scripted invitation for the survey is below. Thank you for your help with this.
VIDA is an 8:1 savers program where a person or family within the low to moderate low income guidelines can save $500 and receive $4000 towards business startup or the purchase of their 1st home.
Please contact Kelly Robertson Turner at 540.283.7062 for any questions!!
The Nuts and Bolts of Small Business Workshop was filmed at Dabney S. Lancaster Community College and hosted by the Alleghany Highlands Economic Development Corporation. Virginia Community Capital lead the conversation with guests from Sonabank, Small Business Administration, The Advancement Foundation, and U.S. Department of Agriculture and Rural Development. Video Here.
SEE LOCAL JOB LISTINGS HERE
ALSO THERE IS A FACEBOOK PAGE FOR MORE JOB LISTINGS HERE
Governor Northam Announces WestRock to Upgrade Covington and Alleghany County Operations
COVINGTON—Governor Ralph Northam today announced that WestRock Company, a leading provider of differentiated paper and packaging solutions, will invest $248.4 million in its manufacturing operations in the City of Covington and Alleghany County over a five-year period. These investments will be used to purchase new equipment designed to improve productivity at the paper mill and extruding facility, as well as to increase employee training. Full release here.
Please visit The Alleghany Highlands Artisans Shops. By making purchases through this site, you are supporting entrepreneurs whose hand-made products reflect the talent and innovation native to the Alleghany Highlands of Virginia.
The Alleghany Highlands is a natural choice for large companies, small businesses, individuals and families. We’re pro-business and family friendly. Good schools are an advantage for families with children and companies that want well-educated employees. Low taxes benefit everyone.