Here’s the latest Weekly Wire RoundUp in which we share all the news and stories we covered this week.
LEILA Awards: 15 Latina Business Women to be Recognized at an Elegant Black-tie Awards Gala The 2022 LEILA Awards will take place at the Hilton Hotel Ontario Airport’s annual awards banquet on May 6, 2022. 14 Latina businesswomen in the Inland Empire will be recognized for their remarkable accomplishments in business, leadership, education, and social activism.
Chaffey College InTech Center’s Free Mechatronics Training Class Chaffey College InTech Centre is arranging a training program for the students for free. Trainees of this program will be provided with a wide variety of topics through virtual learning and hands-on lab designed to prepare them for entry-level positions in advanced manufacturing, distribution, and other highly technical industries.
Swellter Wins $12K, 1st Place in Riverside County Innovation Month Pitch Contest The Riverside County Innovation Month Finale Pitch Competition took place on the 27th of April at Temecula City Hall. Swellter, a startup from the Murrieta Innovation Center, competed and represented South West County in the pitch finale contest, winning first place and an award of $12,000.
Career Day Academy to Conduct Entrepreneurship Webinar Career Day Academy is conducting a session 2 webinar about Entrepreneurship on the 6th of May, 2022, at 11:30 A.M. This webinar will provide an inside look at entrepreneurship from local small business owners who will tell you about their experiences developing careers in Moreno Valley.
California’s Electric Vehicle Sales Sees Rapid Growth Out of all the Electric Vehicles (EVs) sold in the country, 42% were sold in California, according to cumulative data from 2011-2022 published by California Energy Commission (2022). This was well-supported due the presence of 79 thousand EV chargers available throughout the state.
mapEDU AI-Powered Category Tagging Software to Help Exam-Makers, Instructors and Students mapEDU is a curriculum mapping software that uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) to document the quality of a school’s curriculum and whether or not it meets the learning outcomes, accreditation requirements, and quality requirements. In a nutshell, it provides curriculum analytics in higher education—especially medical, nursing, osteopathy, and pharmacy schools.
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