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COMTO AWARENESS WEEK 

Date: November 12-16, 2018 

Monday: 

Canceled due to holiday. 


Tuesday:

WTS November Luncheon/COMTO Partnership: The Benson Hotel 309 SW Broadway (Registration closed)


Wednesday:

Strategic Planning Session Follow up (Members Only) Noon to 1:30pm TriMet Harrison Square 1800 SW 1st Ave. 2nd floor Columbia Conference Room; Book Drive Kick Off, ends Dec 14th


Thursday: 

A Dialogue on Diversity,Change, Challenges & Identity (Free registration available online through Eventbrite) Click here to register


Friday:

Non-Profit Management Training (Members Only) 2:30pm-4:00pm Portland Bureau of Transportation Congress Center, (Sixth & I)

1001 Sw 5th Ave Conference Room 513

Mix & Mingle @ Punch Bowl Social 4pm to 6pm (Happy Hour)

340 SW Morrison Street Portland, OR


Looking ahead 2018​

​​November 14 - December 14,  2018

A Story Like Mine

National Scholarship requirements and available scholarships will be listed in October 2019. Some scholarships may be awarded twice.

Books are most effective when they are relevant to children’s lives, but our current inventory of culturally diverse books is not nearly sufficient to meet the need of the wide diversity of children and families we serve. To bridge the gap between the need for culturally diverse books and the lack of availability, we are launching “A Story Like Mine.” Your support of this project helps us make more culturally diverse books available for all of the children we serve. 

​​​COMTO's National Scholarship Program supports our strategic goal of ensuring the continuing legacy of minorities in transportation. COMTO awards $100,000 annually in national academic scholarships to minority graduate and undergraduate students from across the country. Scholarship awardees are represented in all academic backgrounds and pursuing various careers in the transportation industry. 


COMTO Chapters collectively award close to $500,000 annually in academic scholarships to local applicants. 

Click here for available scholarships and requirement

National Scholarship Timeline & Application

The Oregon/SW Washington local chapter has collected over 800 books for the Portland area Children's Book Bank Since starting this campaign in 2015... Please help continue this effort by joining us in November for our annual book harvast!​  All children's books are welcome, culturally diverse books highly desired. 

​​​​​Giving Back

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