This is MoDOT’s Notice for our upcoming 2016 DBE Entrepreneurial Training featuring Kauffman Foundation’s FasTTrac Growth Venture Program.
Please share with other DBE Contractors.
Donnetta Cole, M.C.A
Missouri Depart. of Transportation
External Civil Rights Division
KC District Office
600 NE Colbern Rd.
Lee’s Summit, MO 64086
Phone: (816) 607-2161
Our mission is to provide a world-class transportation experience that delights our customers and promotes a prosperous Missouri
The 15th Annual Kansas Workforce Summit would like to welcome the following exhibitors:
KCCTE is a newly developed center in the state of Kansas created with the purpose of providing technical and professional development for Career and Technical Education (CTE) instructors. KCCTE provides technical workshops, resource sharing, mentorship and Technical Teacher Education coursework to CTE instructors throughout the state of Kansas.
Administrative Specialist: Tish Potter
Location: Kansas Technology Center, PSU
Director: Greg Belcher
Location: Kansas Technology Center, PSU
Dodge City Community College is your first step towards a successful career. Whether you are seeking an academic degree or a technical certificate to advance in your profession, Dodge City Community College will provide the resources necessary to reach your educational and career goals.
2501 North 14th Avenue
Dodge City, KS 67801
Phone: (620) 227-9207
Toll Free: (800)-367-3222
Fax: (620) 227-9350
A complete list of exhibitors is available online!
If you haven’t already, register to attend or exhibit today!! EARLY BIRD DEADLINE 10/23/15! Attendee registrations are once again limited to 300 participants, and exhibit space is filling up quickly. Visit Kansas Workforce Summit for complete information or call 620-227-8082.
If you have already registered, reserve your room at the Capitol Plaza Hotel, 1717 SW Topeka Blvd., Topeka, Kansas, 785-431-7200. Be sure to mention you are attending the Kansas Workforce Summit to get the Special Kansas Workforce Summit Rates. Room block expires December 31, 2015.
Enterprise Village Ecosystem, USA of Kansas City is proud to present the attached Request for Qualifications for a Co-Developer within the South Vine Street District. The development area is composed of approximately 17.5 acres and includes various development projects. We look forward to speaking with your team as we invite your response to the RFQ. We firmly believe this development area fits the resurgence in reinvesting in America’s urban core.
Please feel free to share with your colleagues and networks in the development arena. We look forward to fielding your responses and bringing extensive catalytic development to the Historic 18th & Vine Jazz District in Kansas City. Thank you for your time. Questions regarding the RFQ may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Marvin L. Lyman
twenty1*twenty8 Consultants, LLC
1009 West 17th Street
Kansas City, MO 64108
(816) 888-5995 d
(816) 587-2225 f
(816) 739-5450 c
(816) 265-1463 ww
EVE Codeveloper RFQ Release 1.pdf
According to US Census data, there are over 8,000 businesses in Topeka KS, so our immediate goal is to get as many of them listed in our Kansas online directory as possible. Then we can focus our efforts on another city, and then another, and another… In a methodical process, we aspire to list as many small businesses located in Kansas as possible.
Although this may sound like an impossible task, with time… many things are achievable.
Remember when the ‘phone book’ was the place people looked for businesses? Well, today it is searching on Google using a smartphone, tablet or desktop. Plus, these searches are done in ways that produce the best results for the end-user. Sophisticated and internet savvy computer users now search by product/service+location; and maybe (probably) some other variable.
Let’s say I’m looking for a woman-owned photographer or hair salon in Topeka or a hair salon…. By using these terms or phrase, search-engine algorithms will sift through the millions of women owned photography or hair salon businesses throughout the worldwide web and deliver search result to primarily include just those located in Topeka first.
Don’t underestimate the computer logic that now drives the Net…
More important is that we offer a very cost-effective listing that is very affordable when compared to other costly expenses to run a business i.e. monthly cellphone, utility, feeding yourself or getting gas to make errands. Consequently, none of these other costs of doing business will increase your online business presence or assure a top-level gateway to your business or website on any major search engine.
So, as we push forward to grow a presence and increase the ranking for the many small businesses located in cities across our state, we are going to have fun doing it. As each business owner commits to supporting our organization by listing their business, their support is also providing us an unparalleled opportunity to bolster the local economy by empowering youth and adults. Our direct effort to increase wages is by paying those motivated to learn & earn to create the profiles in our directory.
This is our small way of addressing the high unemployment rate faced by many urban & rural youth, adults and families.
The City of Topeka Human Relations Commission will host a meeting on Ban The Box on September 17. This even will be held from 6pm-8pm at the Holliday Building located at 620 SE Madison Street featuring the City of Topeka, Election Commission, Dept. of Corrections, Local Businesses and also local Law Enforcement. Please see attached flyer for more details.