2020 Public Policy Series #4: Eggs & Education presented by The Action Group
In cooperation with the Wilson Education Partnership, the fourth installment of the Chamber’s 2020 Public Policy Series presented by the Action Group will be the Eggs & Education breakfast. Our panel of experts will discuss the convergence of education, policy, and technology. How are students learning technology to compete in the 21st century workforce? How has the COVID19 pandemic impacted the delivery of technology to schools? What expectations do employers have when it comes to the technical competency of their employees? Answers to these questions and more will be discussed at this year’s Eggs & Education breakfast. Our panelists include:
Will Aycock, Manager, Greenlight Community Broadband
Mark Holyoak, CEO, Wilson Medical Center
Matthew Mayo, Executive Director of Technology Services, Wilson County Schools
ABOUT THE CHAMBER’S PUBLIC POLICY SERIES:
The Public Policy Series brings together experts on the economy, education, and government to explore the important issues facing businesses in Wilson. Held four times annually, each event is designed to inform our members on critical issues, and introduce them to policy makers whose decisions have a direct impact on the places they live and work. Previous series events have included industry updates, local economic forecasts, and presentations from elected and appointed officials.
AN IMPORTANT NOTE ON SAFETY: • There is no greater priority than safety and well-being of our members, staff, and visitors. We appreciate your understanding as we implement the following precautions at Chamber-hosted events for the foreseeable future:
• Reduced in-person capacity according to state guidelines.
• Facility accommodations will be spaced to allow appropriate physical distancing.
• Face coverings are required at all events. If a meal is being served, the face covering may be removed once seated.
• Advance registration and check-in is required for all events (except Ribbon Cuttings). When checking-in in-person, expect to have your temperature screened before entering the event. Guests with temperatures exceeding 99.5 will not be permitted entry.
• Guests who have exhibited flu-like symptoms less than 10 days prior to the event (or who have been in close contact with someone who has) are asked not to attend. Any preregistration fees incurred will be refunded in full when cancelled in advance, with no explanation necessary.