Date/Time: May 4, 2016 / 7:00 - 9:30 am
Location: Valley Forge Military Academy & College, Wayne
Featured guest speaker Adam Taliaferro, former Penn State football player whose recovery from a paralyzing spinal cord injury gained national media attention, shares his inspirational story.
Throughout its history, this very special breakfast, served by VFMA Cadets, has been described as a celebration of our lives as Americans. It is an acknowledgement of the privileges we enjoy each day.
Sponsored By: Aqua, Penn Liberty Bank, WSFS Bank and USI Affinity
The Main Line Society of Professional Women (SPW)
Date/Time: February 11, 2016 / 11:00 am - 1:30 pm
Location: Radnor Valley Country Club, Villanova
Featured Nonprofit: Big Brothers, Big Sisters
Presented By: Steve McClatchy, Performance and Personal Growth Expert & New York Times Best Selling Author
Steve will share his passion for continual improvement and the belief that when we stop growing, learning, gaining experience, achieving goals and improving, we stop living.
The Main Line Business Monthly January edition focuses on the annual report of 2015 with great results. We passed the gavel to the new Chairman of our board Richard Carpenter and thanked our immediate past Chair Steve Scolari for his outstanding service and dedication to The Chamber at the 2016 Annual Economic Forecast Breakfast and Annual Meeting of The Foundation. 2016 is off to a positive start with high attendance at our Network at Noon, Business Card Exchange and Government Affair programs. Thank you to our sponsors of 2015. Without your support, The Main Line Chamber of Commerce wouldn't be as strong as it is. Click here to read the January issue.
The Main Line Chamber of Commerce’s Talent and Education Network (TEN) has won a $75,000 grant from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation to develop strategies to help younger workers more effectively meet the talent needs of employers. Click below to read the full story and see the Philadelphia Business Journal news brief
At left, Erica Kashiri of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation outlines the skills gap at the Technology Jobs Summit held Tuesday at Cabrini College.