Next Salmon Meeting

Date: September 18, 2011

Time: 9:00am to 10:30am

To Be Held At:
Salmon Valley Business & Innovation Center
803 Monroe Street
Salmon, Idaho 83467

CONTACT:
Wayne Talmadge
208-756-1505

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The Montpelier RIOP Group Met on June 3rd, 2009.

 

The group discussed what businesses are located in the Bear Lake area and possible connections that could be made with larger regional businesses, such as Premier Technology and others.  Amy Bishop, will provide Matt Morse from Premier with a list of all licensed businesses in Montpelier, as well as a link to the area listing provided by the Chamber of Commerce.

 

 

BABB Company at work

The Rural Idaho Outreach Program has three primary objective

1st Salmon Catapault Challenge - Summer 2008

CATAPULT CHALLENGE TIMELINE

Nov. 2008

Roger Grenier to meet with Salmon High School staff to outline the program

Dec. 2008

Building Bridges Project

Rural Idaho Outreach Program - Program Summary

The Rural Idaho Outreach Program has three primary objectives; to teach students to develop and manage a company, to successfully complete a substantial construction project, and to give them the opportunity to experience what job opportunities are out there. Through the leadership and guidance of the Sponsor Company, Mentors and Teachers, the program aims to encourage students to venture into potential career avenues that they would normally not be exposed.

Career Expo 2008 Pt. 2

Part 2

Career Expo 2008 Pt. 1

2008 was the first year that RIOP out on the Career Expo and it went very well.

Career Expo's

In 2008, RIOP organized the first Career Expo that was held at the Salmon High School. Students from around the region were invited to partricipate along with university recruiters and business leadiers. Students were exposed to a variety of career opportunities ranging from science and engineering to manufacturing and fabrication. The event proved to be a success, drawing hundreds of current and former students from several districts.

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