The National Alliance on Mental Illness will commemorate Mental Illness Awareness Week from October 3-9, and the World Health Organization will celebrate World Mental Health Day on Sunday, October 10.
The E2Tech community has long been interested in supporting building a diverse, high-quality workforce to improve the effectiveness of the various clean energy industry sectors. Adding additional emphasis, the State of Maine has committed itself to a climate action plan with very ambitious goals. How do we actually meet these goals and develop the workforce to address the clear challenge that climate change demands?
Efficiency Maine funding opportunity invites service stations with retail operations to step up conversions to high-efficiency equipment
Maine service stations with retail operations now have the opportunity to upgrade heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, LED lighting, and refrigeration equipment. For a limited-time, Efficiency Maine is offering a special promotion that aims to accelerate the conversion to high-efficiency equipment at service stations across the state.
Airing live at 10:00 a.m. on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month, The Bottom Line podcast features a wide variety of guests and presents interviews relevant to public policy priorities both in state and nationally, to economic recovery efforts of the pandemic, and to other significant issues of interest to Maine’s business community. In April, the show will host the following guests discussing these pertinent topics:
In November 2021, the Maine State Chamber of Commerce will begin the second year of its leadership program powered by Sojourn Partners. Senior Leaders of Tomorrow Development Program will provide interactive training for participants in 12 virtual sessions spread across eight months. The format of these hands-on working sessions supports contemporary management skills, including creating and executing change; managing culture and engagement; communication and influence; strategic planning; resilience; and, creating inclusive environments.
On August 31, 2021, the Maine State Council of the Society for Human Resource Management (MESHRM) has announced the winners in the 16th annual “Best Places to Work in Maine” program. This year, 100 companies met the criteria of a “Best Place to Work in Maine.” The program began in 2006.