AARO contracted with the Ray Marshall Center to research the Central Texas regional labor market in order to identify occupations in growth sectors that pay well while requiring less education than a baccalaureate degree, probe preparedness and credentialing capacity, and investigate employer perspectives regarding growth and opportunity in these occupations.
(1) Mr. Earl Maxwell, Chief Executive Officer – St. David’s Foundation is being awarded the Nonprofit Excellence Award by GreenLights for Nonprofits Success.
(2) The Austin Business Journal’s (ABJ) Profiles in Power Nominees include three AARO members…
(3) Ms. Linda Watson, President & CEO – Capital Metro was honored at the Conference of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO) with the 2014 Executive of the Year award.
On June 24th, AARO launched a region-wide Pre-K enrollment effort in partnership with school districts, health centers, community providers, nonprofits, and others.
AARO is now accepting applications for the 2015 Frank McBee Jr. Fellowship in Civic Entrepreneurship.
AARO is pleased to announce 4 outstanding regional leaders have joined AARO.
Civic updates and accolades from the AARO community.
Lifestyle choices can have significant impact on personal and family health and these choices can be a barrier to aspirations of sustainability for an individual, a household and a region.
AARO member Elizabeth Christian was proud to serve as a judge at the first annual Philanthropitch, a wonderful new philanthropy contest presented by BuildASign.com.
AARO welcomes new Members Tim Crowley, Adriana Cruz, Rebecca Klein, Carlos Liriano, and Tom Terkel.
The Frank McBee Jr. Fellowship in Civic Entrepreneurship is a highly competitive program offering promising regional leaders a unique opportunity for civic leadership development.