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THIS IS MICHAEL DE GROOTE FROM THE SALT LAKE CHAMBER, WITH YOUR METRO BUSINESS REPORT
The University of Utah “Career and Organization” Continuing Education Department announces a new “Accounting and Finance Fundamentals Certificate Program” for non-degree seekers at its Murray location. For more information go to www.continue.utah.edu/careers.
Hartman Communications has partnered with Irwin/McGraw-Hill, the largest textbook publisher in the world, to provide its Color Code personality profile to business management students. The profile will be featured on a supplemental textbook CD as a tool to assist students in goal setting.
United Way recently launched their “Get Up & Go!” youth skating program at the Utah Olympic Oval in Kearns. The program will benefit up to 45,000 low-income, at-risk, and disabled children—connecting them to skating sports, healthy choices, and Olympic role models. Skating legend Johan Olav Koss, President and CEO of Right to Play, presented the United Way with a check for $250,000 dollars to help fund this three year program.
Business After Hours this month will be at the Utah Arts Festival this Thursday, June 19th. It’s a festive atmosphere for the Chamber’s famous business building networking. There will also be the usual great food and prizes. So check out the Utah Arts Festival and come by the Northeast corner of the City and County building at 5 pm. You’ll be required to get a wristband for entry into the festival, so register first for Business After Hours by calling the Chamber at 328-5077 or see us on the web at saltlakechamber.org.
THIS IS MICHAEL DE GROOTE FOR KSL NEWSRADIO 1160.