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Business After Hours hosted by TFNB – Your Bank for Life

Jul 26, 2018

Check out photos from BAH hosted by TFNB – Your Bank for Life

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Making the Future: Why Students Should Consider a Career in Advanced Manufacturing

Jul 25, 2018

Article by Christine Holecek, Education Specialist, Education Service Center Region 12, published in the second quarter edition of the 2018 Greater Waco Business Magazine   MANUFACTURING IS MAKING THINGS. The manufacturing career cluster focuses on planning, managing and performing the processing of materials into intermediate or final products and related professional and technical support activities such as…

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Hiring and Working with a Lawyer for Your Business

Jul 19, 2018

Article written by Teresa Schiller, Beard Kultgen Brophy Bostwick & Dickson, PLLC                       Businesses are seizing opportunities in Waco at an exciting time. As the city increasingly attracts attention, demand is growing. Major employers and educational institutions provide stability in the area and increase demand…

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Advanced Manufacturing: Why is it Important to Greater Waco?

Jul 19, 2018

Advanced Manufacturing: What is it? What makes it “advanced?” What are the expectations of the modern manufacturer? Why is it important to Greater Waco?   Advanced manufacturing uses innovative technologies to boost workflow, tighten tolerances and produce highly technical components for a range of industries. The use of robotics, additive manufacturing (3D printing) and Computer…

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TriWaco

Jul 15, 2018
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TriWaco Awards

Jul 15, 2018

 

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TRC 2018: Campaign Celebration sponsored by Providence Healthcare and H-E-B

Jul 12, 2018

TRC It is a volunteer-driven campaign where volunteers sell sponsorships to our programs. The revenue supports the Waco Chamber’s economic development efforts to grow Waco.

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McLennan Community College Receives Grant for Local Skills Training

Jul 12, 2018

McLennan Community College’s Corporate Training department received a Skills Development Fund grant totaling $300,959 from the Texas Workforce Commission to train employees in a manufacturing consortium. Training will be provided for 186 new and incumbent employees in the consortium Anderton Group II Ltd (dba INTEG) and NAES Corp. (Sandy Creek Energy Station). Trainees will include…

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