Amir Heshmatpour, managing director and founder of AFH Holding & Advisory joined the board of directors of the California Council on Economic Education (CCEE).
What does CCEE stand for?
CCEE stands for California Council on Economic Education
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We have 20 other meanings of CCEE in our Acronym Attic
- Clarion County Economic Development Corporation (Clarion, PA)
- Copperas Cove Economic Development Corporation (Texas; est. 1990)
- Costilla County Economic Development Council (San Luis, CO)
- Covington County Economic Development Commission (Andalusia, AL)
- Canadian Community Economic Development Network
- Central Coast Economic Development Organisation (Australia)
- Clay County Economic Development Organization (Indiana)
- Canadian Conference on Effective Design of Structures (McMaster University)
- Consolidated Compliance and Enforcement Data System (Texas Commission on Environmental Quality)
- Caledonian Centre for Engineering Education
- Câmara de Comercialização de Energia Elétrica
- Campus Consortium for Environmental Excellence (various schools)
- Canadian Consumer Electronics Exposition
- Cardozo Code of Elevator Ethics
- Carolina Center for Educational Excellence
- Center for Continuing Engineering Education
- Centralized Common Entrance Examination
- Christian Community Extended Education
- Civil, Construction & Environmental Engineering
- Classic Car Engineering Europe
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LOS ANGELES -- The California Council on Economic Education (CCEE), a non-profit dedicated to advancing economic literacy throughout California, today announced it has received a $20,000 grant from the CFA Society of Los Angeles to help sponsor the 2010 Capital Markets Contest.
LOS ANGELES -- Bank of America and the California Council on Economic Education (CCEE) today launched Financial Fitness for Life, an economic education program for California's elementary, middle and high school students.