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The Alexandria Chamber of Commerce annually honors businesses for their significant role in driving the City’s business community and economic growth. The Business of the Year Awards include recognition for Small Business, Medium Business, Large Business, Association/Non-Profit, and Rising Star. This document details the eligibility requirements, criteria, and benefits of participating and includes a nomination form.
The Greater Catonsville Chamber of Commerce recognizes worthy businesses each year by presenting awards in the following categories: Entrepreneurial Spirit, Community Enthusiast, Service/Retailer, Revitalization, and Legacy. This form describes the awards and includes a nomination form.
This job description for the chamber's Director of Research and Evaluation explains the duties of the position as well as the required education, skills, and experience.
This job description explains the duties and required education, skills, and experience for the Business Education Program Manager. This position works closely with the L.A. Compact and Los Angeles Unified School District to support business-education partnerships.
This position description explains the duties and requirements for the Career Specialist. The Career Specialist is a manager level position and will work directly with business and education partners to connect students with opportunities to explore and experience 21st Century career pathways. The position will facilitate opportunities that prepare students for participation in private sector jobs and executing this work in assigned Los Angeles high schools. The specialist will be positioned to work directly on school campuses and must be able to work effectively with the Chamber, employers, school administrators, teachers and students as well as related partners.
This position description includes a position overview, job responsibilities, and preferred experience, knowledge, and skills for the Opportunity Youth Project Specialist. This position will lead the facilitation and strategic development of the L.A. Opportunity Youth Collaborative. Under the umbrella of the L.A. Compact, the Opportunity Youth Collaborative brings together cross-sector stakeholders around a common goal of improving education and career outcomes for youth ages 16-24 in the Los Angeles region who are disconnected from school and the workforce - L.A.’s Opportunity Youth. The collaborative has a strategic focus on a particularly vulnerable group of opportunity youth: transitional-age foster youth.
This advertisement explains how the Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce builds community through business. Whether you want to build your business, support the growth of the local economy or assert your voice to improve the business environment, the Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce is here for you -- working everyday to bring more dollars into our community so more people can support their families and have the lifestyle they want to live in these beautiful mountains we call home.
This detailed packet introduces the Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce to new members. The packet contains a member checklist, basic chamber information, list of recent accomplishments, schedule of events, staff directory, chamber savings program information, advertising opportunities, and business resources.
This position description details the duties and required education, skills, and experience for the chamber’s Education Business Coalition Director.
The San Marcos Chamber of Commerce Business Awards recognize outstanding accomplishments in the San Marcos community. This document describes the nomination criteria for each of the different awards and provides a detailed explanation of qualifying green business practices. Winners of the 2013 Business Awards will be announced during the Annual Awards Gala. (See also the nomination forms for Business of the Year, Emerging Business of the Year, Green Business of the Year, Non-Profit of the Year, and Soar Business of the Year).