• Solano Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

    The Solano Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (SHCC) exists to strengthen Solano County’s Hispanic businesses by advocating for opportunities that support their economic growth and by providing resources, training and tools, which advance development, prosperity and success in Solano County.

    CHCC Employer Guidance During COVID-19 (PDF)

    Restaurants - Responding to COVID 19 Webinar Replay

    SBA Disaster Relief Loan - Webinar Recording

    Understanding the SBA Disaster Loan Program webinar

    ¡PLAZO DE APLICACIÓN DE CAPS EXTENDIDO! El CHCC está ofreciendo una extensión en las solicitudes para todos los estudiantes en todo California. ¡Envíe sus solicitudes ahora! El programa Creación de un camino hacia el éxito (CAPS) es una capacitación intensiva de 6 meses que proporciona habilidades del mundo real para profesionales jóvenes, como habilidades para entrevistas, etiqueta para reuniones profesionales, trabajo en red y aprendizaje sobre la optimización de las fortalezas personales. ¡No te pierdas

    We would like to congratulate Maria Zuñiga for being our Spirit of Solano Honoree! Maria is a true example of what it means to persevere to achieve one’s goals.

    For 12 years, Leadership Vallejo has been the go-to organization that educates and trains future business, government and volunteer leaders who are eager to gain the skills and experience needed to make positive changes in Vallejo and beyond. LV also offers an array of networking opportunities among city and local leaders, with many graduates working in successful business, government and nonprofit careers.

    It is an assessment used by immigration officials to decide whether a person can enter the US or get a green card on a variety of factors including employment, health, and receiving benefits. Public charge is not something new, but Department of Homeland Security (DHS) published an official notice to propose changes to the Public Charge assessment. Changes to this rule have not taken effect.

    The City of Fairfield takes pride in being one of the most diverse places in the Bay Area to live, work, and play. Join us on November 2 to celebrate Día de los Muertos. This vibrant celebration of life reflects on some of the rich cultural traditions in our Latino community originating from Mexico. Special live performances will include mariachi, ballet folklorico, and a blessing of the community ofrenda by Aztec dancers. Attendees are encouraged to bring a photo of a deceased family member to share and

    DBE programs are designed to provide a fair opportunity for small businesses owned by socially and economically disadvantaged individuals to compete for federally funded contracts.