Elevate, the Greater Oklahoma City Chamberís professional development event, is back for its second year of helping Oklahoma City professionals grow their careers.
Winter weather impacts the date of Elevate 2020.
The 2020 Elevate experience will allow you to access training and motivation all from the comfort of your own home or office on Thursday, Nov. 12.
Come hear ďrecoveringĒ attorney Jim Priest make the case why being positive might be more than just sappy sentiment, but in fact, a power for doing good in the world.
Oklahoma State University is planning to use the Baker Hughes Energy Innovation Center building in the Innovation District for research, engineering classes and activities connected to the OKC business community as it fills the workforce with ready-to-hire engineers. Classes are expected to start in fall 2021.
The Chamber has assigned scores to legislators based on priority issues advocated by the Chamber.
The Chamber has created a fully digital experience just for you with a half day of programming to inspire your professional growth as Elevate returns for its second year on Nov. 12..
The Chamber is hosting two events this month and youíll want to virtually attend both of them. By the end of the month, you could be more knowledgeable of the stateís thriving film industry and be a better employee. Learn more about whatís on the Chamberís October calendar.