On Sept. 4, 2016, Emirates Airlines invited the Chamber Board of Directors to experience the newly christened Emirates Lounge. Board members enjoyed the Los Angeles Dodgers take on the San Diego Padres with a view from above.
A dynamic evening of information and networking with public officials.
During last week’s Education & Workforce Development Council meeting, the Chamber’s L.A. Cash for College program was recognized by the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics as a Bright Spot in Hispanic Education . The Executive Director of the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics, Alejandra Ceja, presented the Chamber's Executive Vice President, Education & Workforce Development, David Rattray, and Director of Education & Workforce Development, Paola Santana, with the award. As a result of this recognition, L.A. Cash for College is included in a national database of Bright Spots, listed under K-12 Education and College Access.
This 2016 State of STEM convening addressed how leaders throughout our community are sparking change and diversifying STEM fields in the workforce, higher education and the K-12 pipeline.
ACCESS Sacramento brings more than 100 Chamber members to Sacramento to meet with dozens of lawmakers on issues including health care reform, education and more private sector opportunities to rebuild our state's infrastructure.
More than 500 people gathered at the Hilton Los Angeles/Universal City to recognize the power of small business at the 2016 Small Business Awards hosted by the Chamber and the Small Business Administration.
The JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. Live provided its Mixing Room as a perfect location for the Chamber and its members and non-members to mingle and build business relationships in an informal, relaxed business setting.
For 90 years, World Trade Week (WTW), an initiative of the L.A. Area Chamber, has been the most extensive and unique program of its kind in the country, dedicating itself to educating the public on the importance and benefits of global trade on the local and national economy through a series of educational programs and events. World trade is celebrated throughout the month of May with more than 30 events hosted by partnering organizations in Southern California that are jump started by the Chamber’s Annual WTW Kickoff Breakfast with nearly 800 guests.