Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce serves community through volunteer opportunities

Chamber invites community to volunteer.

  • Monday, August 13, 2018 1:47pm
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Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce serves community through volunteer opportunities

The Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce invites the community to connect and serve by getting involved with one of the chamber’s many activities or programs. The chamber has a place for everyone to serve their community with opportunities timed for all busy schedules.

How the chamber contributes to the community:

• Building local and regional business collaborative relationships

• A conduit of information via the website, calendar, social media and free weekly newsletter

• Working closely with the business community to ensure a vital and robust economic climate

• Advocating for issues that secure the health and wellbeing of the community

• Convener of leaders and influencers to bring about create solutions and innovative ideas for the future

• Catalytic engine for jobs, growth and diversity

• Champion for businesses to ensure the chamber meets the needs of the region today and into the future

• Provide educational opportunities for students, individuals entering the workforce and businesses looking to strengthen skill sets

• Creating opportunities for community involvement and participation for residents of all ages

• Provide programming for the community with annual events including Community Awards, Down Home July 4th Heritage Day Celebration, Pours in Stores, Salmon Days Festival and more

The chamber welcomes the opportunity to talk with anyone and discover how they or their organization can be part of our volunteer team. Volunteer applicants must be a minimum of 16 years old.

Please contact Brenda DeVore at programs@IssaquahChamber.com or 425-392-7024. For more information, visit www.Issaquahchamber.com.


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