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Communications Coordinator - Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives

ACCE's Communications Coordinator is primarily responsible for creating and distributing compelling content. Distribution channels include digital -- website, blog, social media and email -- as well as more traditional mediums including such as our award-winning quarterly magazine and other print collateral. Working alongside other team-players, this position drives key organization-wide performance metrics that help us define success.

Organization: Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives
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Main Street Director - Giles County Chamber of Commerce

The Giles County Chamber's Main Street Director plans, directs and coordinates Main Street program for Historic Downtown Pulaski. He/she implements the Main Street 4-Point Approach, utilizing historic preservation as an integral foundation for downtown economic development. He/she develops partnerships, collaborative relationships and effective coordination with various downtown stakeholders including City officials and employees, downtown attractions and businesses, property owners and residents, developers, the arts community, non-profits, volunteers and the media.

Organization: Giles County Chamber of Commerce
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Board of Directors Conflict of Interest Policy and Disclosure Form - Parker Area Chamber of Commerce

In their capacity as directors, the members of the Board of Directors of the Parker Area Chamber of Commerce must act at all times in the best interests of the Chamber. The purpose of this policy is to help inform the Board about what constitutes a conflict of interest, assist the Board in identifying and disclosing actual and potential conflicts, and help ensure the avoidance of conflicts of interest where necessary.

Organization: Parker Area Chamber of Commerce
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Board Member Description and Commitment Agreement - Parker Area Chamber of Commerce

This document is intended to acknowledge the shared responsibilities, commitment, and conduct expected of all members of the Parker Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.

Organization: Parker Area Chamber of Commerce
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Board Member Confidentiality Agreement - Parker Area Chamber of Commerce

This document outlines the kinds of confidential information that Parker Area Chamber Board Members may have access to as well as their responsibilities and ramifications to the Board Member for sharing said information.

Organization: Parker Area Chamber of Commerce
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Greater Killeen Young Professionals eNewsletter - Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce

This e-newsletter informs members about upcoming events and community service opportunities, includes a Member Spotlight interview, and features the Greater Killeen Chamber’s call for YP of the Year nominations.

Organization: Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce
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Chamber E-News 1/11/2017 - Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce

This e-newsletter features a write-up about Asheville's Restaurant Week, announces an upcoming open house and orientation, and presents the Chamber's 2017 legislative priorities.

Organization: Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce
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2017 Legislative Agenda & Advocacy Resource Guide - Capital Region Chamber

The Capital Region Chamber's 2017 Business Advocacy Resource Guide includes the Chamber's advocacy agenda, a directory of elected officials, a legislative session calendar, along with helpful suggestions when communicating with public officials.

Organization: Capital Region Chamber
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Pipeline to Jobs Website - Albany Area Chamber of Commerce

Pipeline was created to help students, employers and educators discover a path that puts young people on the most direct line from school to a rewarding job with a bright future. The Albany Area Chamber of Commerce began this initiative by convening the Workforce Development Taskforce. During the process of defining the needs of local business and industry, the committee developed a plan to combine their efforts with local education to provide more comprehensive training options for local students. Also as a result of their efforts, Pipeline was developed to provide a single source for students, educators, parents and industry to access information and opportunity. Pipeline became a reality through the generous contributions of local business and industry members, along with financial and advisory assistance from Greater Albany Public Schools, Linn-Benton Community College and Linn County.

Organization: Albany Area Chamber of Commerce
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Pipeline to Jobs Promotional Flyer - Albany Area Chamber of Commerce

This promotional flyer informs students about the Albany Area Chamber’s Pipeline initiative. The Albany Area Chamber of Commerce began this initiative by convening the Workforce Development Taskforce. During the process of defining the needs of local business and industry, the committee developed a plan to combine their efforts with local education to provide more comprehensive training options for local students. Also as a result of their efforts, Pipeline was developed to provide a single source for students, educators, parents and industry to access information and opportunity. Pipeline became a reality through the generous contributions of local business and industry members, along with financial and advisory assistance from Greater Albany Public Schools, Linn-Benton Community College and Linn County.

Organization: Albany Area Chamber of Commerce
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