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April 10, 2018 > Hayward Chamber of Commerce updates

Hayward Chamber of Commerce updates

Submitted By Kim Huggett

The Hayward Chamber of Commerce International Travel Program will take travelers to explore the ?Adventures of South Africa, September 1 through September 12, 2018.

?South Africa is one of the most culturally and geographically diverse places on earth,? said chamber travel coordinator Tina Lambert. ?Fondly known by the locals as the ?Rainbow Nation? it has 11 official languages and its multicultural inhabitants are influenced by a fascinating mix of African, Asian and European cultures.?

Chamber travelers will spend their days discovering the gourmet restaurants, art, nightlife, wine tasting, and beaches as part of tours of Cape Town, Johannesburg, and the Mabula Game Reserve. The package includes roundtrip airfare, daily breakfasts, three lunches, four dinners, tours, guides, and motor coach. Contact Tina Lambert for information: or (510) 510 247-2042. More information at


Nonprofit Alliance to Review County?s EveryOne Home Plan
Alameda County?s initiative to end homelessness will be the focus at the April 19 10 a.m. meeting of the Hayward Nonprofit Alliance, meeting at the Hayward Area Historical Society Museum, 22380 Foothill Blvd.

The presenter will be Rachael Hoke McNamara, management analyst with the City of Hayward?s Library and Community Services Department will discuss homelessness within the framework of EveryOne Home.

EveryOne Home envisions a system of care that by 2020 ensures that low-income residents have a safe, supportive and permanent place to call home with services available to help them stay housed and improve the quality of their lives.

All chamber members and their guests are invited to attend and bring information to share about upcoming nonprofit events.


Latino Business Roundtable: ?The Institute for STEM Education: Bridging to Employers?
The Hayward Chamber of Commerce Latino Business Roundtable will hear a presentation on the value to Hayward employers of the Institute for STEM Education at Cal State East Bay at its April 27 meeting at 8:30 a.m. in the Balch Pavilion of St. Rose Hospital, 27200 Calaroga Ave.

Doug Rosals and Janiene Langford from the STEM Institute will share how businesses can connect to the local talent pool through their program. The Institute supports the diverse population of students, community, and the region by teaching teachers, reaching students, and bridging to employers. Cal State East Bay is the most diverse campus in the continental United States and recognized by the federal government as a Hispanic Serving Institution.

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