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The GTX HERC partners with organizations that share HERC’s mission to support employee recruitment, diversity, and dual-career couples in higher education. The goal of HERC’s Partnership Program is to create a forum for HERC and its partners to help one another further their missions.

Partners have opportunities to present thought-leadership, business solutions, and information about their organizations to industry leaders and show support for HERC. Partners can also sponsor local professional development and networking events hosted by GTX HERC for members.

HERC’s goal is to position our partners to achieve greater success in meeting the needs of HERC member institutions and to showcase partners as thought leaders in their respective industries and fields.

Email Greater Texas Directors or call 817.272.2106 (Eddie Freeman) or  713.743.7278 (Nikki Duncan) to discuss how your organization and Greater Texas HERC can work together.

 

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