Leadership Monongalia is accepting applications from those interested in cultivating leadership to foster the state of West Virginia’s prosperity. Each year, 20 applicants are selected to participate in the eight-month program of day-long seminars ranging from topics about business, labor, education, the arts, government and community-based organizations to reflect the diversity of Mon County.
In December, the Biden administration signed an Executive Order to focus oncustomer experiencewill involve a fundamental redesign of citizens’ interactions with government and will not simply involve launching new apps and websites, according to a White House adviser.
It was a day to remember as local government contractors, agencies, and partners across Northern Virginia helped raised over $17,000 for STEM and the Education Fund for student scholarships and schools in Northern
Last week, the podcast featured seed funded, Nickel Finance, an all-inclusive mobile app where modern finance users, charitable givers, non-profit organizations, and local businesses unite to create positive change everyday and Korevariance, a full-stack software development and consulting firm that builds custom digital solutions to transforming the way you operate your business.
Congressional Startup Day is an opportunity for senators and representatives to experience the innovation and entrepreneurship taking place around the U.S. These discussions strengthen the relationship between lawmakers and the entrepreneurs that drive economic change across the country.
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Generation Morgantown is run by a volunteer-led board that meets regularly. We welcome folks from all ages and backgrounds, but our work is targeted toward young people ages 18-40. Generation Morgantown is a local affiliate of Generation West Virginia, the statewide organization dedicated to attracting, retaining and advancing young people in the Mountain State.
This year's Charity Classic benefited Make-A-Wish Foundation, as well as the ClubCorp Employee Partners Care Foundation and was graciously sponsored by Raines International, Solutions and Management Services, First Command, KTech, The St. James, and Korevariance.