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100 Black Men of Long Island, Inc, & the Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Inc. Long Island Expansion Event at Career Institute

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The Career Institute of Health and Technology (CIHT) and 100 Black Men of Long Island, Inc., and the Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Inc. presented the CACCI Long Island Expansion Networking Event at ...

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Garden City, New York - May 12th, 2013 - The Career Institute of Health and Technology (CIHT) and 100 Black Men of Long Island, Inc., and the Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Inc.  presented the CACCI Long Island Expansion Networking Event at Career Institute on May 9th 2013 at its Garden City location at 400 Oak St Suite 104 Garden City NY.

CIHT and The 100 Black Men of Long Island, Inc. recognized the importance of sharing information and knowledge in the business community, as a result created this type of event, which is important for growth and success in today’s economic environment.
 
At the event Long Island Small business owners had the opportunity to learn about the tremendous opportunities available to them as members of CACCI. There was a special presentation by Dr. Roy Hastick President and Founder of CACCI. In addition there was a Salute to outstanding business owners who have contributed their time to the success and progress of the Caribbean business community.
 
To view photos of the LI CACCI Expansion even click here.
 
About:  Career Institute of Health and Technology Mission: The mission of Career Institute of Health & Technology was developed through the interests and aspirations of the Board of Directors responding to the needs of local community residents for access to marketable training and to the needs of area companies and agencies for skilled employees. The mission of the school is to offer the best training possible at a reasonable cost to prepare students for professional careers in Allied Health and Technology. Programs are offered in areas such as medical assisting, automotive technology, information technology, and electrical technology.  Career Institute of Health & Technology is concerned about developing the whole person and the faculty and staff are available to all students for academic advisement and individual attention. Our staff and faculty are proud of the services we offer.

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Participating Organizations: CIHT, 100 Black Men of Long Island, Inc., and CACCI
 
CIHT, CACCI and The 100 Black Men of Long Island, Inc.  collaboration joint announcing the LI CACCI Expansion event was an outstanding success.  If you have any further questions please call Ernst Ulysse VP. Career  Institute of Health and Technology at 516-877-1225 or at ernstu@careerinstitute.edu.  

Please rsvp to ernstu@careerinstitute.edu.  

To view the courses offered at Career Institute of Health and Technology log on to www.careerinstitute.edu.