North Carolina’s 12th Congressional District has been the home to many banks, textiles, department stores, small businesses, restaurant, farms and many more. With nearly one hundred plus constituents moving to our district daily, jobs have become more of a necessity than ever. U.S. Congresswoman Alma Adams’ staff is currently gathering a list of creditable employers who are offering living wages and have a great impact in our district.
If your company would like to participate in this year’s Community Career Fair on Tuesday, October 9, 2018 from 11 A.M. to 5 P.M at Walter G. Byers K-8 School located at 1415 Hamilton Street, Charlotte, NC 28206 as a vendor, please RSVP here https://nc12careerfairvendor.eventbrite.com
The Community Career Fair will connect attendees with companies, and businesses that currently have jobs available. The goal is to impact unemployment by giving citizens access to information, jobs and a pathway to opportunity. We want to meet the unemployed with jobs with livable wages so that they may continue to take care and nurture their families.
For employers, there will also be a room available for career fair participants to conduct on site interviews.
Please RSVP by the close of business on Tuesday, October 2, 2018. Feel free to contact me at 704-344-9950 or at [email protected] for additional information.
The Huntersville Chamber’s member meeting will be held at Silver Collection At Waterford (11920 Joleen Court, Huntersville, North Carolina 28078) on September 18th from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Savory Moments will provide food and attendees are asked to bring business cards and a 30-second elevator speech. If you have not experienced a Huntersville Chamber member meeting, please come as our guest to try it out!
For further details or inquiries, email [email protected]
The Huntersville Chamber is delighted to brag about one of our members: Murto Made Vodka. But Murto Made will not be just vodka for long. They are currently working on a whiskey as well. We’ve already been highlighting Murto Made and matchmaking with our members, but we’re pleased that the Charlotte Business Journal did an article, too! Check it out:
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Back To Rock (B2R) is your source for all things music! Enrolling now for the fall season, we have early childhood music education, music lessons for school age students, music and motion classes for tots and yes, we’ll even host your child’s birthday party! Stop by or call us to see how much fun we have at Bach To Rock!
The Huntersville Chamber proudly helped introduce Aspire Carolinas to local corporate and civic leaders in the planning stages of the plans to build a new school campus and prototype for specialized education and learning. Read the Herald Citizen article on the plans for this exciting project.
Also, bookmark Aspire Carolinas to follow the progress.
Open seats on the Huntersville Greenway, Trail, and Bikeway Commission
Two members have recently stepped down from the GTBC – the term for these to seats will end December 2018.
Apply Here – Deadline to apply August 24
The Greenway, Trails and Bikeway Commission meets on the third Tuesdays of each month at 6:30 p.m. and are open to the public. They meet at: Town Center 105 Gilead Road on the 3rd floor. Please email Tracy Houk, Recreation Superintendent for additional information, questions and concerns.
We wanted to make sure we shared the resources available to those seeking employment. There is a new section on the bottom of our Resources for Residents page and we hope you’ll share the information.