Early Matters Awards Grant To 13 Child Care Programs
Thirteen local child care providers can now make capital improvements to increase the quality of their programs, thanks to grants from the Quality Matters Fund. The purpose of the fund, initiated by Early Matters Chattanooga, is to enable child care programs to improve quality or increase…
Hamilton County Schools’ COVID-19 Response In National Report
Hamilton County Schools’ community engagement work during COVID-19 was recently highlighted in a national report published by TNTP, a national organization dedicated to ensuring all schools have excellent educators. The report, “Rising Together: How Four Districts are Building Community During the COVID-19 Pandemic,” examines Hamilton County…
Check out jobs, training programs at ChattanoogaCalling.com
Job seekers will want to check out ChattanoogaCalling.com, a new website the Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce recently launched to help local residents find jobs fast. The ChattanoogaCalling.com website also gives job seekers information about local training programs that could elevate career prospects. Connecting people who want jobs…
Equity And Opportunity For Tomorrow’s Children
Chattanooga 2.0 is a partnership among 150 organizations to advance equity and opportunity here in Hamilton County, so that all children can reach their full potential. Its recent report to the community highlighted the past five years of progress on improving outcomes in birth-to-career education and workforce…
Working together to make Chattanooga, TN better for everyone
In 2015, Chattanooga 2.0 published a report predicting that, by 2025, more than 80% of well-paying jobs in the city and county would require postsecondary education. The problem? Local residents were not adequately prepared to get these jobs. So, Chattanooga 2.0 sought community input, data analysis and national…