Committees, Groups & Networks
Chamber630 offers a wide range of business growth and marketing opportunities through groups, committees and networks. The various groups coordinate activities to benefit the Chamber, its Members and the public, which also result in greater exposure for their businesses. For additional information or to get involved, please contact Chamber630 at (630) 968-4050 or email@example.com.
AMBASSADORS BUILD BUSINESS Ambassadors often serve as the first face of the Chamber extending a handshake at events and engaging Members.
Activities & Responsibilities:
- Serve as greeters at events
- Attend ribbon cuttings
- Member engagement efforts
- Welcome new Members
PREPARING OUR FUTURE WORKFORCE Workforce development is a main focus of Chamber630. We assist in partnering business professionals with the local school districts to provide students with real-life experiences and expectations.
Scholarships are awarded to students who are interested in furthering their education at a technical/trade school, or college/university. Those eligible are Members or students of Member business employees. The 2017 Application Process is closed, check back this fall for more details for the 2018 Chamber630 Scholarship! ONLINE APPLICATION
This program addresses work readiness for sophomores and juniors, assisting them in career paths, job application completion to resume, business etiquette, interview techniques, typical job expectations, etc. Students are provided transportation to various businesses for four half-day sessions, concluding with a celebratory luncheon that students will attend along with the general Membership of Chamber630. For more information contact Donce Teri at (630) 968-4050. Thank you to our Premier Sponsors!
The Hospitality 630 Committee connects to target markets through events and programs as well as foster mutually beneficial relationships among its Members.
- Provide a network of communication and hospitality services among area restaurants, hotels/motels, caterers and entertainment venues.
- Share ideas and suggestions to help promote establishments at monthly meetings while encouraging partnerships.
- Work together to create successful events and programs.
Legislative Impact Network Committee
Chamber630 seeks to influence legislation and regulation by local, state and federal governments, support legislation that benefits business, and when necessary, oppose legislation that unnecessarily inhibits businesses. Click here to access our Legislative Platform and Test of Relevance.
Legislative Impact Network Committee (LINC) meet on the third Friday of the month from noon-1:30 PM at the 2001 Butterfield Road Office. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (630) 968-4050 for further information.
Mentoring is a time-honored method for learning professional development and is the primary means by which adults gain new knowledge and skills. Chamber630 is proud to announce the 2017-18 Mentor Protégé Program. This program will give those Members who want to learn a particular proficiency, the opportunity to quickly learn from a Member in the know.
Areas offered include:
Sales, Marketing, Bookkeeping, Management of People, Networking, Time Management, Social Media and Navigating Chamber630. Any Member can be a Protégé, a Mentor- or both!
The first meeting will be on October 4th at 3:00 p.m. in the second floor training room of the Village of Woodridge, 5 Plaza Drive. Sign up now for the six week program! For questions, please contact Laura Crawford (Laura@Chamber630.com) PROTÉGÉ APPLICATION MENTOR APPLICATION
Young Professionals Network
The Not-For-Profit Network provides professional development opportunities to meet the unique needs of leaders of non-profit organizations. The Network encourages the collaboration and sharing of ideas, activities, practices and resources.
Meetings take place on the 4th Thursday of each month (unless otherwise specified) at 12:00 PM at the Chamber630 office in Downers Grove.
September 28: Do Good DuPage, Shefali Trivedi of Giving DuPage
October 26: Vital Role of Friendraising
November 30: Resisting Change, Susan Neustrom, Community Adult Day Center
December: In recess for the month of December
January 25: Merger/Consolidation
February 22: Marketing
March 22: Advocacy
April 26: Impact Statement
May 24: Media
Activities & Responsibilities
- Partner with health organizations to further spread the network purpose