• December 7, 2021

Tags : the El Paso Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

City updates on Businesses’ Pledge To Safety program

Thursday morning, city officials shared that more than 90 local businesses have taken the Pledge to Safety as a way to further protect the health of their employees and customers; and help keep businesses open. “Local businesses have shown amazing adaptability, resilience and patience during this unprecedented time, and understand that if we as a […]Read More

City invites Local Businesses to take the ‘Pledge of Safety’

On Monday, officials with the City of El Paso invited local business owners to take the Pledge to Safety as a way to further protect the health of their employees and customers. “Local businesses have shown amazing adaptability, resilience and patience during this unprecedented time,” said Jessica Herrera, Economic Development Director. “As El Paso gradually begins to reopen, […]Read More

El Paso Groups Announce Launch of Summer Jobs Program

On Thursday, Workforce Solutions Borderplex (WSB), along with partners from the Borderplex Alliance, El Paso County, the City of El Paso, the El Paso Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the Greater El Paso Chamber of Commerce, launched three youth employment initiatives for 2017; Hire El Paso Youth Summer Work Program, Summer Earn & Learn, and […]Read More

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