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COMTO Board Chairman Robert Prince Steps Aside, Allows Others To Soar
"With 17 plus years, it only makes sense to pass the torch at this time and give others the opportunity to lead this robust group of transportation leaders,"
Read the Winter issue of Accelerate, now available below!
44th Conference Program
Flip through the program from the 2015 COMTO National Meeting and Training Conference
The Color of Leadership:
Four Decades of Leveling the Playing Field in the Transportation Industry
COMTO CITY INTERN CLASS
June 15, 2015 (Washington, DC) - The Conference Of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO) has selected its 2015 Careers In Transportation for Youth (CITY) intern class, its largest to date. With 39 interns in 18 states across the country, the CITY Program exposes college juniors and seniors to the multiple and varied career opportunities within the transportation industry.
Click Here to read the Full Press Release.
Click Here for the 2015 Intern Class list.
The Conference Of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO) has named Mioshi James Moses
as its new President and Chief Executive Officer, effective July 1, 2015.
Secretary Foxx Calls for Action to Support Youth
COMTO is pleased to support Secretary Foxx's initiative to hire youth.
"This summer, I am asking you to join me in an effort that can make a genuine difference: simply introduce at least one student to the possibility transportation careers offer. Whether it's through a job, internship, mentoring, and/or other career exploration activities, just reach out..."
Click here to view Secretary Foxx's Press Release
COMTO Announces the Julie Cunningham Legacy Fund
The new awards program, an integral portion of the COMTO Leadership Institute, will annually honor a series of young industry leaders who best exemplify the leadership qualities and traits of Julie Cunningham, past President and CEO.