Recent Events

Emerging Issues
22
Jul
Thursday
12:00PM
12:30PM
22
July
Thursday
12:00PM
12:30PM
At the U.S. Chamber Foundation, we believe that informed and active citizens make for a strong country, a strong economy, and a strong workforce, and that our continued prosperity depends on the strength of all three. On Thursday, July 22, Hanna Skandera and David Davenport will share their insights on the driving forces behind the state of civics education in America and implications for the future of our democracy.
Center for Education and Workforce
20
Jul
Tuesday
2:00PM
3:00PM
20
July
Tuesday
2:00PM
3:00PM
Join the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation for the next event in the Talent Forward virtual series as we address worker shortage challenges from multiple vantage points — with a focus on solutions.
Center for Education and Workforce
13
Jul
Tuesday
1:00PM
2:30PM
13
July
Tuesday
1:00PM
2:30PM
Join the T3 Innovation Network on Tuesday, July 13, from 1 to 2:30 p.m. ET, for the T3 Network of Networks Launch Series Capstone Event.
Emerging Issues
28
Jun
Monday
2:00PM
3:00PM
28
June
Monday
2:00PM
3:00PM
For communities across the country, barber shops and hair salons play a critical role as micro-community centers—helping clients not only look and feel their best, but also facilitating important conversations on current events, politics, health, and more.
Emerging Issues
24
Jun
Thursday
3:00PM
4:30PM
24
June
Thursday
3:00PM
4:30PM
For businesses across Tennessee, the opioid crisis and the COVID-19 pandemic are intersecting with each other with disastrous results. To help employers respond to these dual crises, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation will host a virtual event on how Tennessee businesses and community leaders can respond.
Emerging Issues
24
Jun
Thursday
2:00PM
3:00PM
24
June
Thursday
2:00PM
3:00PM
U.S. Chamber President and CEO Suzanne Clark and WHO's Dr. Michael Ryan will discuss the global response to COVID-19, the current state of global vaccine distribution, how we are impacted by the rise in cases in other countries, and what American businesses can do to support the global recovery efforts.
General Foundation
21
Jun
Monday
1:30PM
2:00PM
21
June
Monday
1:30PM
2:00PM
On Monday, June 21, we will be joined by Elizabeth Rindskopf Parker and Suzanne Spaulding for a wide-ranging conversation on the intersection between national security law and policy and civics education.
Center for Education and Workforce
15
Jun
Tuesday
2:00PM
3:00PM
15
June
Tuesday
2:00PM
3:00PM
The pandemic has decimated industries across the country. The K-shaped recovery illustrates where jobs have been lost and where they may never return. How will we leverage the talent of Americans who have been displaced and need new skills to get back to work? Reskilling for in-demand jobs with new platforms and new ways of delivering training can’t wait for the future—the time is now.
Corporate Citizenship Center
3
Jun
Thursday
3:30PM
4:30PM
3
June
Thursday
3:30PM
4:30PM
Does your small business aspire to be a leader in LGBT inclusion? Join the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation on Thursday, June 3, from 3:30 – 4:30 p.m. EDT, for a conversation on how small businesses can develop more LGBT-inclusive workplaces and make inclusion a core part of their cultures that extends beyond the Pride Month.
Emerging Issues
27
May
Thursday
2:00PM
3:00PM
27
May
Thursday
2:00PM
3:00PM
U.S. Chamber President and CEO Suzanne Clark and the CDC Director Rochelle Walensky will discuss the current state of the pandemic, where things stand with vaccination efforts, what to expect in the next four to six months, what businesses should be doing to prepare for the next phase, and more.
Center for Education and Workforce
27
May
Thursday
1:30PM
3:00PM
27
May
Thursday
1:30PM
3:00PM
This interactive conversation is an opportunity for business leaders, education advocates, and parents to engage with one another and work together to help make the case locally for using assessment data to guide educational recovery efforts.
Center for Education and Workforce
26
May
Wednesday
1:00PM
2:30PM
26
May
Wednesday
1:00PM
2:30PM
Join on us on May 26 from 1 to 2:30 p.m. ET for an update on the Talent Finance initiative. This event will include the release of illuminating and thought-provoking data from a recent U.S. Chamber Foundation and Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) survey that gauged how employers think about their current investments in the workforce, the challenges they face in offering them, and what their appetite is for innovating how they invest, whether through training or employee benefits.

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