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What is Project W.E.B.?

Project W.E.B. (Workforce, Education and Business) is a program of the Manchester Area Chamber of Commerce designed to maintain a strong connection between schools, local businesses, and organizations. The purpose of a Project W.E.B. partner is to provide time or resources which support our students, educators, education system.  This support is a long-term effort which aligns our businesses and education system creating a stronger workforce and economy. Project W.E.B. is a partnership where a business, school, and student body gain from this working relationship. Goals, special requests, needs, and projects are strictly between the business or organization and the school.  Each school has its own opportunities and needs that your business can assist with.  Businesses and organizations are also encouraged to bring their own projects to schools where it can be reviewed and determined if it aligns with the schools goals and can benefit the students, school, or community.

The Chamber highlights Project W.E.B.s sharing details and photos every week in our newsletter, social media, and website.  We also submit Project W.E.B. activities to The Manchester Times which will be placed in the business section.

Project W.E.B. Partners in Action

Zaxby’s 2016 CEO Spotlight

College Street Elementary School students are greeted before school by C.E.O.Zaxby’s Manager Kevin Mears and their mascot. CSES students are learning the importance of shaking someone’s hand with a smile, as today’s students will be tomorrow’s workforce.

Coffee County Teen Expo Update – July 13

Coffee County Central High School, Coffee County Raider Academy, and Coffee County Middle School are excited to host the second annual Coffee County Teen Expo, which is anticipated to serve approximately 500 students in grades 7-12. Coffee County Teen Expo is a support service event designed to ensure that our students in need are provided […]

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