We appreciate you registering for and/or attending the recent After Work with ETEC event. Keep reading for more information and opportunities to engage.
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After Work with ETEC

The After Work at ETEC event held last Wednesday, October 19, at UT’s Research Park at Cherokee Farm was a lot of fun! If you were able to attend, we're so glad you joined us! The energy in the room was exciting as over 75 emerging and established professionals came to network and hear interesting presentations from Tom Rogers, President & CEO of the Research Park, and entrepreneur Don DeRosa with EONIX.

Thanks again to Navarro Research and Engineering for sponsoring the event.

Stay tuned for more details about the next After Work event planned for early 2023.
To see event details and photos click here.

More Opportunities to Engage

Business Lunch Live

You're invited to learn about Y-12's Oak Ridge Enhanced Technology and Training Center (ORETTC) this Wednesday, October 26, at Noon on Zoom.
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ORETTC's Director Ashley Stowe will talk about how the Y-12 National Security Complex will be leveraging learning technologies such as artificial intelligence and virtual reality for high-consequence nuclear and radiological alarm response training. We’ll also receive a virtual tour of this new state-of-the-art facility.

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ETEC Friday Mornings

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Nearly every Friday morning from 7:30-8:30 a.m. in the UT Outreach Center in Oak Ridge, ETEC hosts a meeting for members and guests featuring programs from experts in a variety of professional fields. Members enjoy the opportunity to network with federal senior management, local business leaders, and elected officials in a casual environment while staying up-to-date on key issues. These meetings are also broadcasted live via Zoom. Registration is required for the Zoom portion of the meetings.

ETEC Membership

ETEC provides opportunities for collaboration with great organizations and companies for the benefit of all. ETEC works in strong partnership with federal contractors; DOE and NNSA representatives; federal, state, and local elected officials; small and large businesses; educational institutions; and local economic development entities.

ETEC's Mission

The East TN Economic Council is an independent, regional, non-profit, membership organization created in the early 1970s, dedicated to supporting the federal government's missions in East Tennessee, as well as seeking new ways to create prosperity, promote regional development, and explore growth opportunities.
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