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The Hemet/Temecula EAC is composed of employee volunteers representing a cross section of business and industry. EAC’s were developed to promote a stronger partnership between the California Employment Development Department (EDD) and the business community.

Our Mission Statement

To provide local employers with education relevant to employers’ concerns, a better understanding of the resources available through the Employment Development Department (EDD) and the California Employer Advisory Council (CEAC) and a vehicle by which to have impact on EDD programs.

Business Meeting and Planning Session

  • What: Monthly meeting of the Board
  • Where: Murrieta area
  • When: 8:00 AM on the first Wednesday of every month
  • Cost: No Cost – All members invited to attend

Employer Seminars

  • Monthly Employer Luncheon Seminars.
  • Where: Rotates between the cities of Hemet and Temecula.
  • Cost: $30 for members, $40 for non-members.

Membership

Get Involved! Join Our EAC today!

Membership comes with many privileges. For a nominal $45.00 per year membership fee per company, you receive discounts to all of our events plus access to the CEAC hot line for all your HR questions.

Contact: Nancy Marie Keaton
(951) 304-5723

Hemet/Temecula EAC Membership Application

Scholarship Awards

Emma Huter Graduate of Temecula Valley High School with a 4.12 GPA.

Ever since Emma was little, she knew she wanted to become an elementary school teacher and support children in their developmental growth.  To achieve this goal, she has taken several advanced classes and chose classes that would benefit her future profession.  Emma has numerous hours volunteering her time to support children and her community.  She has collaborated with a team to write and develop curriculums, traveled on multiple missions to Tijuana to assist in building houses for those in need and volunteered at several children camps. Emma will attend Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego where she will take part in a rigorous blended program as well as attend summer school she that she can acquire her bachelors and teaching credential in 4 years.  She will then continue her master’s education after college.  Emma states “This scholarship will be an investment in someone who desires to return after college to teach in this community, build into the next generation and give back to the community that helped shape me”.

Congratulations Emma!

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