NASA and GCP Host Stakeholder Briefing
GCP and the NASA Glenn Research Center hosted a stakeholder briefing for the recently appointed NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine at the Great Lakes Science Center. The administrator met with nearly 30 GCP member companies and public officials to discuss NASA’s overarching priorities for aeronautics and space as well as the unique role that NASA Glenn can play in advancing those priorities. Glenn Research Center Director, Janet Kavandi, joined Administrator Bridenstine in highlighting efforts to develop the Deep Space Gateway, integrated space communications, and attracting the next generation of highly skilled workers to advance NASA’s mission and innovations. Congressman Dave Joyce, who also joined the discussion, highlighted the important role that Ohio has played in getting NASA into space and confirmed the support of the Ohio congressional delegation in strengthening the role of NASA Glenn with the agency.
NASA Glenn Research Center, including both Lewis Field and Plumb Brook Station, is an economic powerhouse for Greater Cleveland and the State of Ohio. The center employs more than 3,000 high skilled employees and contractors in the region and has an overall economic impact totaling $1.4 billion for the state. GCP continues to be a lead advocate for NASA Glenn, supporting its top missions at the federal, state and local level.
Nominate Your Emerging Leaders for GCP LEAD
We are now accepting nominations of emerging leaders from Greater Cleveland Partnership member companies for the 2019 GCP LEAD Cohort 4. You may nominate one or two individuals.
GCP LEAD (Link. Engage. Advocate. Develop.) was created because the GCP recognizes the importance of cultivating our region’s future business and community leaders through becoming engaged in the GCP's work.
Nominees must have at least five years of professional experience and an interest in getting involved in the GCP's priority areas of education and workforce, advocacy, diversity and inclusion, business development, physical development, and small and middle market initiatives.
To submit your nomination(s), please contact Angela Finding at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Blockland Solutions Conference
Attend the Blockland Solutions Conference to network with other industry leaders and developers and to learn how blockchain technology leads to real-world solutions and possible applications to solve business challenges. Confirmed keynotes include: Nick Szabo, Mark Hurd, Joe Lubin, Jerry Cuomo, Jason Kelly, Larry Sanger, Will McDonough, and Alex Tapscott.
What: Blockchain for business and government
When: Saturday, December 1-2 (Developers Only)
December 3-4 (General Sessions)
Where: Huntington Convention Center of Greater Cleveland
Cost: $995 general admission (40% off by 9/28)
$395 for developers
$100 for students
Share Your Industry Expertise with CMSD High School Students
The Academies of Cleveland (AoC) focus on college and career readiness for students in five Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD) high schools. Each school—Garrett Morgan, Jane Addams Business Careers Center, Martin Luther King Jr., Washington Park Environmental Studies and Max S. Hayes—concentrates on career pathways from a variety of industries that drive economic growth in our community.
We are inviting Greater Cleveland Partnership members to provide industry expertise and interactive, career-exposure experiences for AoC students at the 3rd Annual Ninth Grade Career Experience Fair on Thursday, September 27, 2018 from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. at East Professional Development Center.
We are recruiting representatives from the following industries to exhibit:
• Biomedical Science
• Culinary Arts and Hospitality
• Exercise Science and Sports Medicine
• Law and Public Safety
• Animal Science and Management
• Horticulture and Landscape Design
• Automotive Technology; Construction Technology; Diesel Technology
To sign up, or to receive more information, please contact Angela Finding at email@example.com or 216.592.2385.
Volunteer for True 2U
Recognizing that career readiness starts early, an innovative program True2U—a collaboration among the Cleveland Foundation’s youth development program, MyCom, the Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD), the Greater Cleveland Partnership and the Neighborhood Leadership Institute— provides eighth-graders with support to explore their purpose, identify their strengths and set personal goals for success.
We invite business professionals from all industries to volunteer as mentors for the program. We are now accepting applications for the 2018-2019 school year. Mentors will meet with a cohort of students monthly, for two-hour sessions, from October to May.
To submit your mentor application, please click HERE.
For questions about mentoring, contact Angela Finding at firstname.lastname@example.org or 216-592-2385.