Knoxville area teachers interested in learning more about local businesses have until Saturday to apply for this year’s Educators in the Workplace program.
Since 2009 the Knoxville Chamber has sponsored a summer program that connects teachers across the Innovation Valley with local companies.
Teachers can learn first-hand about the skills their students will need when they enter the work force,” said Garrett Wagley, the chamber’s vice president of policy and public relations.
The Knoxville Chamber has cranked up a new Web campaign to build support for the controversial Midway Business Park proposal.
Now, when you visit the Chamber’s website, the first page that loads is a green and blue “Support the Midway Business Park” graphic that links to a new website — www.midwayfacts.com.
Midwayfacts has detailed information about the proposed business park, including why the Chamber supports the project and a chart that compares the amount of industrial property available for development in Knox County and other communities in the region.