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El Paso Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Foundation

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The El Paso Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation (EPHCCEF), in keeping with its tradition ofThe El Paso Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation (EPHCCEF), in keeping with its tradition ofserving our community, offers an annual scholarship program to El Paso area high school students who areseeking a college education.Awards are granted without regard to race, color, creed, sex, religion, disability, or national origin.

Applications are due Friday, May 10th.

Click here to download the application

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We wish you the best. 

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Minority Women's Enterprise Diversity Center

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Minority Women's Enterprise Diversity Center

This initiative is funded by a grant from the US Department of Commerce, Minority Business Development Agency

 

Our Mission

To empower minority women across the country to acheive theirTo empower minority women across the country to acheive theirentrepreneurial dreams and unleash their full economic potential byhelping them start, manage, and grow their businesses.

Who we are:

The MWEDC, funded by a grant through the Minoirity Business Development AgencyThe MWEDC, funded by a grant through the Minoirity Business Development Agencyand operated by the El Paso Hispanic Chamber of Comemrce, focusses on assistingminority-women owned businesses across the country grow their business byconnecting them with financing, contracting, and exporting opportunities in additionto providing them with critical and valuable business development consulting. Thiscenter combines the experience and expertise that business specialists have obtainedthrough operating a successful Women’s Business Border Center and MBDA BusinessCenter.

What We Do

The centers services include business start-up, business growth and development,The centers services include business start-up, business growth and development,business training sessions and webinars, small business certification packagingand bilingual business consultations. The center will also work to address otherhurdles these businesses face every day, including: access to capital, buildingbusiness networks for peer support, identifying business opportunities, andunderstanding the full range of essential skills necessary to lead a business tosurvive, thrive and grow.

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Interested in using our Global Training Center for your company traiings, staff development, or an upcoming event, check out our center with a quick walk through and then schedule your visit with Frida Rodiles today. 

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For more information, call 915.533.0951 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

Meet our MWEDC Team:


 

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EPHCC National Guard Deployment Survey Results & Statement

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 
El Paso Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Statement on Deployment of National Guard to the Border

While the El Paso Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and our members understand the need to secure our borders and ensure the safety of our communities, our members are concerned by the administrations recent decision to deploy National Guard troops along our southern border. The decision to deploy these troops once again reinforces the negative rhetoric and misconceptions about the border that border communities have been fighting against. Not only does the decision send the wrong message to the rest of the country, it also has important implications for our relationship with Mexico.

As the leading advocate for small, minority, and women owned businesses in the El Paso Metroplex, as soon as the plan to deploy troops was announced, the chamber immediately began polling our members to better understand their opinions and concerns about this issue.

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TX Department of Transportation's Alliance Program

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Opportunities as big as Texas with the Texas Department of Transportation DBE Alliance Program!!!

The Texas Department of Transportation's DBE Alliance Program works to increase the participation of disadvantaged business owners in the highway construction industry. The Program provides Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBEs) with firm-specific training and guidance to help them become competitive within the heavy highway or construction marketplace.

The El Paso Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is the recognized Service Provider for the Western Region that includes El Paso, Abilene, Childress, Lubbock, Odessa, Amarillo, and San Angelo!

TxDOT's Alliance Program prepares DBEs to move into non-traditional areas of work and to compete in the marketplace outside the DBE program. The DBE Alliance Program provides networking opportunities, project-matching assistance between subcontractors and primes, and access to training in the areas of business development, business management and construction management.

Services include (but are not limited to):

    • Classroom and workshop components based on your assessed needs
    • Industry technical assistance
    • Vendor events
    • Industry partnering at the local, state and federal levels

If you are a DBE certified business located in the Western Region, and you are interested in participating in the FREE TxDOT Alliance Program, please contact Terri Reed, Sr. Vice President of Entrepreneurial Development at the El Paso Hispanic Chamber of Commerce at 915-566-4066, ext. 19 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.!

Watch for our Calendar of Events for 2019!

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