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Help JMC Electrical Contractor, LLC receive a $100,000 Grant from Mission Main Street Grants®

JMC Electrical Contractor, LLC, a local woman-owned electrical contracting firm, has applied for a $100,000 grant from Chase's, Mission Main Street Grants®. JMC Electrical Contractor, LLC must submit a questionnaire outlining a business plan that will result in growth of the business and receive at least 250 votes to be eligible for a grant. Full eligibility requirements are available in the Program Rules https://www.missionmainstreetgrants.com/rules). Customers, fans and community members can show support for JMC Electrical Contractor, LLC by voting at www.MissionMainStreetGrants.com using Facebook Connect.

The voting deadline is June 19, 2015 and grant recipients will be selected by expert panelists. "JMC Electrical Contractor, LLC is striving to grow and expand by opening a low-voltage division and obtaining a Detroit base of operations. Receiving this grant would be an unbelievable opportunity to ensure the work of this business continues in the Detroit area," said JMC CEO and owner, Mashell Carissimi.

Through Mission Main Street Grants, Chase will award $2 million to 20 small business across America. All businesses that apply for a grant and meet the eligibility requirements will receive access to a small business webcast by Premier Sponsor, LinkedIn. In addition, the 20 grant recipients will receive a trip to LinkedIn headquarters.

The 20 grant recipients will be announced in September 2015. For additional details about Mission Main Street Grants visit www.MissionMainStreetGrants.com.

 

 Immersive Simulator Tour at University of Toledo.


Screenshot 2015-04-29 09.21.25Join NAWIC Chapter 282 for an Immersive Simulator Tour at the University of Toledo. The simulator is a three story building used for instructional space to train medical professionals. There is a virtual 3D CAD wall and other areas where they teach in life-like virtual environments, including ICU, Labor and Delivery, ER and surgery. With our focus on construction, they have asked the Project Manager, that oversaw construction, to come back and do the tour. He will explain, as we tour, the unique construction requirements needed to build a facility that is this high tech and state of the art. 


University of Toledo Medical Campus 

3000 Arlington Avenue
Toledo, OH

Tuesday, May 19 | 5:30pm
Cost: $20
RSVP by Friday, May 15 to Nancy Johnston

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