Join us for our first Emerging Professional Networking event hosted at Vino Godfather winery. A panel of business owners and entrepreneurs will give their insights on how to succeed in business. The entrance and raffle ticket proceeds will benefit our Inspire Learning scholarship fund.
The Solano Hispanic Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a luncheon at Rockville Corners Banquet Room to celebrate women in business & leadership. We kindly ask for your RSVP no later than Monday, June 19th to email@example.com. Raffle tickets will be on sale and all proceeds will benefit our Inspire Learning scholarship fund.
Have you always wanted to start a small business? Learn about two innovative business startup programs in Vallejo and Vacaville presented by the Solano Community College Small Business Development Center.
Touro University California welcomes you to celebrate Power in Diversity
Puente (Spanish for "bridge") is a national‐award winning program whose mission is to increase the number of Mexican American and Latino students who transfer to four‐year colleges and universities, earn degrees, and return to the community as leaders and mentors to future generations. Puente is open to all interested students.
SHCC and the Dixon Chamber of Commerce invite you to join us for a great mixer event!
Touro University California is a nonprofit graduate institution of higher learning located on
Vallejo's Mare Island. It offers outstanding
professional programs in Osteopathic Medicine, Pharmacy, Physician Assistant Studies,
Public Health, Nursing and
Members Free: Future Members $10
SHCC has partnered with Diaz & Loera Centro Latino of Vallejo to bring Solano County businesses and the Hispanic community together. Representative from various local businesses will be in attendance to share information about products and services catering specifically to this community.
Our November mixer will be hosted by Cindy Sherman of RE/MAX Realty. We will also be collecting gently used coats to benefit children and adults in need this winter.
Join us for an exciting business mixer with Solano Community College students, faculty and staff on October 28 at 360 Campus Ln. West Lobby, Fairfield, CA.
Diane Luna, Manager of the Central Services Division and Humberto Lupi, SBDC Advisor & Solano Hispanic Chamber Member will be giving a presentation on "Doing Business with Solano County" which will provide an opportunity for businesses to learn about what the County buys, how to sell to the County, how to register as a vendor, and how to get paid by the County. Register Here
Join the Fairfield-Suisun and Solano Hispanic Chamber of Commerce for a mixer at Gillespie's Abbey Carpet & Floor on Thursday September 10th from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM
9 Reasons to Attend Our Mixer
- Access to resources
- Network with new members
- Market your business
- Face-to-face interaction
- Learn about Tony's 2 Go Market & Deli
- Meet new people
- Powerful referral generator
- Create relationships with other chamber members
- Sample great food by Tony's 2 Go
Members Free | Non-Members $10
To register, visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/access-to-capital-workshop-military-appreciation-event-tickets-16704551764?aff=eac2
Join us as we hold elections for the 2015-16 year!
Find out how to do business with Travis Air Force Base. Presented by Travis Regional Armed Forces Committee and sponsored by Travis Credit Union.
8 a.m. Breakfast and Registration
8:30 - 9:30 a.m. Presentation
Cost $20/person RSVP by June 3
Contact Julie Sabbagh
English: Are you ready to expand your business? Planning and preparing is the first step in the process. The Solano Community College SBDC can provide you with information that will assist your decision making process and that will help grow your bottom-line and your business forward.
En Espanol: Esta usted listo para expandir su negocio? Planear y prepararse son los primeros pasos en este proceso. El Colegio Communitario de Solano (SBDC) puede proporcionarle la informacion que le asistira en su decision de emprender este proceso y le ayudara a crecer el resultado de su negocio hacia adelante.
Join the Solano Hispanic Chamber of Commerce for their monthly mixer with hosts Rockville Corners and Fairfield Conference & Visitors Bureau.
Great networking opportunities, great company, and great food! Come out and get your business on!
Three great bands - Dakila, CRSB, and Glenn Snyder's Acoustic live for only $15!
DAKILA - The legendary 1970's Latin rock band that made its glorious return to the stage at the 2013 Voices of Latin Rock were the hit of the show. Dakila lives on and you can't miss this Latin Groove band that took the city and their fans to a new high.
Doors open at 7 p.m. For tickets, click here or call 707-474-5848.
Save the Date!! Cinco de Mayo! Join us along with the Fairfield-Suisun Chamber of Commerce for some food, music, and fun! May 5 at 11 am - 2pm at 111 Webster Street. Proceeds benefit the Solano Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Scholarship Fund!
(Fairfield, CA – April 15, 2015) – The Solano Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, in association with Solano Community College, is pleased to present sought-after motivational speaker Dr. Francisco Reveles, who is set to deliver his powerfully moving talk, “Learning from the Corazon, from Survival to Success,” on Thursday, April 23rd from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Solano Community College, 4000 Suisun Valley Road, Building 1400, in Fairfield.
View the Event Flier Here.
Dr. Reveles will share success strategies from a Latino student perspective and highlight the difference between being truly successful in life and not merely surviving. It will emphasize the importance of identifying El Por Que as it relates to our aspirations in school and life while utilizing culturally relevant humor and student participation.
“Our youth need to move beyond old habits and into positive new insights and motivation that will help propel them into a higher level of education,” said Andrea Garcia, President of the Solano Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. “We are fortunate to have Dr. Reveles talk to the community. He is a confident, engaging, and inspiring man who is making a difference in so many lives.”
Dr. Reveles, a professor and former Department Chair at California State University, Sacramento, in Educational Administration and Policy Studies, has conducted extensive research in areas relating to resilience and risk-taking in Latino youth with special emphasis on students/families living in at-risk conditions. He is a consultant to community colleges, universities, and public schools throughout California.