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One of the greatest rewards in economic development is to see collaboration which delivers meaningful results.
Over the last two years, the GLCEDC has worked with area schools to provide funding for the implementation of Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math [STEM] initiatives. With an investment of nearly $225,000, the GLCEDC through local school districts has helped to enhance the education of over 4,000 students throughout Livingston County. Also, the STEM program has resulted in additional opportunities for employers to share thoughts on curriculum, make classroom presentations, and offer STEM related internships.
I invite you to watch this short video highlighting Livingston County Schools and Local employers.
Stay tuned for more…in early 2019, the GLCEDC will be making additional videos focusing on: local Sites for Development, Healthcare, and Quality of Life.
Greater Livingston County Economic Development Council
210 West Water Street
Pontiac, Illinois 61764
Dear GLCEDC Members and Friends:
The GLCEDC will be hosting its 9th Annual Golf Outing on Thursday, August 16, 2018 at the Dwight Country Club. The GLCEDC Golf Outing is an excellent opportunity to reconnect with existing friends and to meet new people!
Event registration and sponsorship information for the outing are contained in the two documents attached. If you have any questions regarding the outing, or would like additional information, please contact me at email@example.com.
I look forward to seeing you at the 9th Annual GLCEDC Golf Outing [and hopefully before!].
Thank you in advance for your support of the GLCEDC’s work to increase commerce and economic opportunity in the Greater Livingston County area.
Pontiac Daily Leader – Posted Jan. 2, 2016 at 2:49 PM
As the City of Pontiac enters a new year, big things are on the horizon for the community — and it’s worth reflecting on that which has already come. On Thursday, Pontiac’s Tourism Director Ellie Alexander and City Administrator Bob Karls discussed the past and the future of the city’s development…
The GLCEDC appreciates 8 years of John Ward’s leadership and service.
Pictured: John Ward (left) and GLCEDC CEO Adam Dontz
WJEZ’s coverage of GLCEDC’s “Insights from Women” event.