Allied Arts recently launched a relief fund and encourages the community to assist in the effort.
Both programs are designed specifically to develop the managerial and leadership skills of the A&D workforce, including those without a business education.
The survey was implemented during a 24-hour period beginning at noon on Monday, March 30 and ending at noon on Tuesday, March 31.
The State of Oklahoma has compiled a list of equipment needed for our medical professionals over the next few weeks.
Because the JRCS building is now closed for the remainder of the school year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the leadership team decided to donate the in-demand supplies to help high-risk community members stay safe and healthy.
Many of the Chamberís divisions have shifted their priorities to meet the needs of members during this unprecedented time.
INTEGRIS is introducing a new free online tool designed to help Oklahomans determine if they have symptoms that could be consistent with coronavirus (COVID-19).
The RFBO is also suspending volunteer opportunities at this time.