$100,000 Google Community Grant awarded to MidAmerica Industrial Park
10 Jun 2020
MidAmerica Industrial Park recently received a $100,000 Google Community Grant through the MidAmerica STEM Alliance to assist areas school districts with their COVID-19 rapid response.
MAIP works closely with Mayes County school districts year-round as a partner on STEM education efforts. Together with Google, whose Oklahoma data center is located in the park, MidAmerica explored options to aid in responding to the districts’ new distance learning challenges.
Law firm GableGotwals has signed a lease to occupy 42,511 square feet in the new Vast Bank building. GableGotwals, currently in the ONEOK building, will bring 120 daytime employees to floors two and three of its new address at 110 N. Elgin Ave. Read full article.
(Oklahoma City) – The Oklahoma Main Street Center announced the addition of two new programs – both in Tulsa, Okla. The Historic Greenwood District and East Tulsa now join with 30 other programs throughout the state, raising the total of urban programs to five and three associate programs. The Main...
Governor Kevin Stitt today joined the Oklahoma Department of Commerce (Commerce) in announcing the first 24 companies that have signed contracts as participants in the Oklahoma Manufacturing Reboot Program. Launched on April 10, the program was created to address the negative effects COVID-19 has had on Oklahoma businesses, specifically manufacturers. ...