Education is the economic driver of success and production in our communities. It starts in kindergarten, and on up to 12th grade. When students receive support at the beginning, they're more likely to pursue higher education, whether as part of a trade program or a university. They're more likely to understand civic responsibility and community engagement.
Celina Cardenas Fleites, Manager of Public Affairs, Atmos Energy Corporation
Through the collaborative efforts of the Richardson Chamber’s Education and Workforce Committee, the Richardson Independent School District (RISD) and higher education institutions that serve the city, the Chamber and its partners are working to bridge the gap between education and Richardson’s upcoming workforce needs.
Camille Garcia, Public Affairs Senior Manager, State Farm