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Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce Allocates $14K To Student Hires

Student Hires Chino Valley Chamber of Commerece On the Job Training Funds

Written By Manuel Zavala  |  News  |  0 Comments | May 24, 2022

The Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce recently allocated Student Hires $14000 of On-The-Job Training Funds. This investment will be used to train 3 local colleges & university students from the Inland Empire. The funds come at a crucial time to support Student Hires in its journey to creating valuable job opportunities for students throughout the Inland Empire region.

Training Programs

The $14000 of the On-The-Job Training Funds are being utilized to support Student Hires training initiatives for its program leaders in Montclair. Student Hires program leaders are local college and university students that attend colleges such as Chaffey College, Cal Poly Pomona, and the University of Phoenix. Program leaders are trained on a number of core competencies related to the teaching profession. These include effective classroom management, designing engaging lesson plans, and other must-haves for a future teacher.

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Last Updated on May 28, 2022 by Manuel Zavala

Manuel Zavala

Manuel Zavala is the founder and CEO of Student Hires. Manuel came up with the concept of Student Hires while working towards his Bachelor's degree at the University of California Riverside. During his time at UCR, Manuel balanced the life of a struggling college student with the life of a high school computer science teacher. With the help of many mentors, he was able to return to his hometown of San Bernardino to teach on a part-time basis while attending college. After gaining 4 years of high school teaching experience, he made the leap to focus solely on Student Hires in October of 2021. Now, Student Hires has been focused on collaborating with K-12 schools & districts, colleges & universities, as well as community employers, to create valuable job opportunities for local college & university students.

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