We believe that the TUHSD board members, superintendent and administrators have done an excellent job in managing the District, achieving high levels of excellence with tightening resources. We are confident that the override is reasonable and that the funds raised will be maximized to benefit our students.
Tempe’s three school district superintendents present “The Future of Tempe’s Schools” as they talk about plans, hopes and challenges for the 2015-2016 school year. Dr. Ken Baca from Tempe Union High School District, Chris Busch from Tempe Elementary and Dr. David Schauer from Kyrene will comprise the panel.
Let’s Talk About Networking Etiquette, by Gelie Akhenblit, CEO/Founder, NetworkingPhoenix. Psychologists say, that when meeting someone for the first time, you only have about 7 seconds to make a powerful first impression. So make it count!
Engaging, Entertaining and Retaining Your Clients February 5, 2015 at the Four Points by Sheraton, 7:30 – 9:00 a.m.
The Tempe Chamber’s Women in Business Council presents a four-part speaker series that will guide participants on becoming leaders through positive transformation. The series takes place on Jan. 23 and 30 and Feb. 6 and 13 from 8 to 9:30 a.m. at Western International University, 1601 W. Fountainhead Pkwy. in Tempe. A light breakfast is provided courtesy of Chick-fil-A at Mill and University.
The Tempe Chamber of Commerce’s 2014 State of the Schools Address will take place Friday, Dec. 12, 2014 at the Doubletree by Hilton, 2100 S. Priest Drive in Tempe.
Your Network: It’s more than business cards. Mary Ann Miller addresses the graduating class of ITT Tech
Networking is like planting a garden. It may be awhile before you’re able to pick those tomatoes. But if you don’t plant the seeds and water them regularly, you won’t grow anything.
Every business owner should have an exit planning strategy in case they ever move, want to transition the business to a child or a key employee, or simply want to sell their business.
A recent Gallup Poll indicated that 60 percent of Americans don’t understand Common Core. I’m here to tell you that like voting in elections, educating yourself and getting involved in the future of education is one of the most important things you can do.
It costs a lot of money to put our kids to school today, particularly college – public or private. Currently it requires probably $20,000, $30,000, $40,000 or more per year including room and board to put our kids to school. What will it cost in 15 years?