NEW YORK, Aug. 26, 2016 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- On Wednesday, August 25, 2016, YEL! (Young Emerging Leaders) held its Eighth Annual Celebration of Young Professionals at the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts. As a Chamber Member, China City of America attended the event.
YEL!'s mission is to bridge the gap between aspiring individuals and local businesses to advance the growth of Sullivan County. It is quite simple: young professionals + experienced business professionals + networking = success.
The event was very well attended, nearly one hundred professionals from the local businesses and organizations participated. Business owners gave a brief speech about their company and the continued encouragement of young professionals to stay and build a career path and future in their own backyard. Those in attendance agreed to support and sustain the only group in Sullivan County solely dedicated to that goal. The event was surrounded with vibrant business chemistry and positive energy for the economic development of the local community. As the event concluded, gifts and prizes from businesses and organizations were distributed. The winners were very happy with they had received.
The local community is very excited about this project. All parties share the same belief that motivating and assisting young professionals will lead to a brighter future in Sullivan County. Young professionals will help to resolve the local ageing tendency issue, bringing trendy and green ideas into the community, creating more jobs and attracting more young visitors which will spark the local economy.
China City of America's Education Center project is coming to the Town of Thompson. It will develop a new high-end education community in Sullivan County. The project has entered into agreements and signed letters of interest with high schools, colleges, education institutions and systems both in the U.S. and China of which each of them will provide a great number of students to attend the center.
In addition, China City of America's education center project will also help create many jobs in the region and stimulate the local economy. Numerous jobs will be created throughout different phases of the entire project, such as contractors, real estate agents, professors, instructors, cleaning, and maintenance workers, etc. Aside from the jobs directly created from the project and the day to day operations on location, there will be a ripple effect throughout the community. The new employees along with the resources required to run the Education Center will increase demand greatly for local goods and services, benefitting the entire local community.
China City of America is proud to be a respected Chamber Member and a community member of Sullivan County, to give more and help in any way possible for the future generations to come.
Media Contact: Sherry Li, China City of America, 5166416780, CCOASherry@yahoo.com
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