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Rep. Hurd set to Visit San Eli, Van Horn Next Week

Congressman Will Hurd is set to have meetings in San Elizario and Van Horn next week as part of his Tech2Town Summer Road Trip.

Rep. Hurd shares, “To have a qualified workforce, we must ensure access to technology education and development for all ages and abilities—and not just in the big cities like San Antonio and El Paso—but in all of our hard-working communities. Prioritizing education initiatives like Tech2Town will help create a diverse 21st century workforce, drive technological advancement and innovation across every industry, and allow Texans to be more competitive in the global arena.”

The Tech2Town Summer Road Trip will be held in San Elizario and Van Horn on Wednesday, August 3; Alpine, Fort Stockton and Sonora onThursday, August 4; and Del Rio on August 5, where he and his staff will bring computer professionals to provide free computer and internet training as part of a larger initiative to inspire STEM education, careers, and entrepreneurship.

Rep Hurd adds, “The best part of my job is meeting with families across the district. Each town, from San Antonio to El Paso, and every place in between, has their own flavor and charm, not to mention, some of the hardest working people I’ve ever met…this is why I look forward to August recess all year, so that I can hit the road with my team and meet with folks all month long.

These workshops will be open to the public.

Get the full details on these workshops by visiting Hurd.House.gov/Tech2Town or calling 210-921-3130.

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