WESLACO, Texas – The Rio Grande Valley Partnership, the Valley’s regional chamber of commerce, is today hosting the second in its series of webinars on education.

Higher education is the focus this time, with presentations by UT-Rio Grande Valley President Guy Bailey and Dr. John H. Krouse, dean of the UT-Rio Grande Valley School of Medicine.

The webinar starts at 10 a.m. and participants must register their name and email address in advance. Click HERE to register.

Sergio Contreras, president of RGVP, said it is clear COVID-19 is going to have an impact on education in 2020 and beyond.

In an email blast, Contreras provided these three bullet points about the webinar:

  • Learn all about UT Health’s role in COVID-19 testing across the RGV and most frequently asked questions about COVID-19.
  • Hear about how UTRGV is maintaining educational progreRGVP ss while ensuring the health and safety of its campus community. 
  • Learn about the many opportunities being provided to students such as with the Tuition Advantage Program, the Summer Relief Package, emergency grants and student employment.

RGVP’s platinum and gold partners include the Valley Grande Institute, AEP Texas, VTX 1, Walmart, AT&T, and TadCo Roofing.

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