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The Greater Sacramento Economic Council (GSEC) announced the leading economic development organization will launch a new community engagement and events program called engagED.
Greater Sacramento Economic Council’s Newly Formed Community Reinvestment Coalition Commits $100 Million to Affordable Housing
The Greater Sacramento Economic Council announced it will formally launch the Community Reinvestment Coalition (CRC) with the primary goal of reinvesting in low- to moderate-income (LMI) communities. The first initiative of the CRC will be a commitment of $100 million in financing to address the affordable housing crisis in the Greater Sacramento region.
The Greater Sacramento region’s leading economic development group, the Greater Sacramento Economic Council (GSEC), announced Michelle Willard will be promoted to Chief Public Affairs Officer of the organization effective July 1.
The Greater Sacramento Economic Council officially launched the #NextOutWest marketing campaign, targeting young talent who are rethinking where they live and work.
Quarterly updates from the President & CEO
We continued to make critical achievements for the region through our third quarter. We placed 21 of our Digital Upskill program graduates in jobs, earning an average starting salary of $47,000.
Sarah Lorraine Goodman always wanted to settle down in her hometown of Sacramento, California, but life got in the way. After moving to San Jose for grad school in 2009, a job and a boyfriend kept her there.
Whitney Ranch is one of many development projects in Placer County, two hours east of San Francisco. The area offers more affordable housing to Californians in the increasingly overpriced Bay Area.
The Sacramento Bee is exploring the future of work in California as the state recovers from the coronavirus pandemic. The series is supported by the Solutions Journalism Network, a nonprofit organization dedicated to rigorous and compelling reporting about responses to social problems.
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