The mission of the Chamber Ambassadors is to promote the role of the Michigan City Chamber of Commerce in the community by welcoming new members, encouraging current members to maximize their membership and aid in maintaining and increasing the retention rate of new and existing members through reinforcing the Chamber benefits. Ambassadors create a positive image for the Chamber by acting as liaisons between members and the Chamber Staff.
Ambassadors are a very important part of the Chamber, and are selected on the basis of the individual’s interest, dependability, integrity, energy, and communication skills. An Ambassador uses those skills and provides a communication link between our membership and the Chamber, and our community and the Chamber.
If you are interested in becoming a Chamber Ambassador, contact Janelle at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In celebration of the Chamber’s Centennial Year, the Ambassadors checked in with Chamber members to say “Thank You” through the 2018 Chamber Check-In Program. Selected member received delicious cakes featuring their logos, donated generously by Al’s Supermarket. Those deliveries were featured monthly in the News Dispatch Newspaper, as well as on the Chamber’s website & Facebook page. Thank you to our Ambassadors for all of your help in making this program a success. Click to view photos.
The Community Development Committee is the group that is the steward of The Chamber Education Foundation Fund (CEFF).
The CEFF is held at the Unity Foundation of LaPorte County. The purpose of the fund is “dedicated to the enhancement of the local educational environment through efforts to achieve a high quality education in the Michigan City area.” The CEFF has granted funds ranging from: the MAP Program for Middle Schools , Summer Camps for students, Culinary Workshops, College and Career Pathways Summit & more. Learn more about the CEFF.
Lakefront Career Network
This Young Professional Division of the Chamber are leaders in the community that focus on connecting the next generation of business leaders and attracting & retaining young people to work & live in Michigan City. LCN is “Developing today’s connections for tomorrow’s relationships.” Learn more about the LCN.
La Porte County Manufacturing Forum
The La Porte County Manufacturing Forum will exist to bring together industry leaders and decision makers to learn from one another, work toward solutions for common problems, and be a stronger voice for the manufacturing sector in La Porte County.
Because this Forum will focus on big picture issues and be problem solvers, it is imperative the company representatives be at a decision-making level. The Forum will meet bi-monthly with a county manufacturing facility hosting each event. Tours, discussion, and action items will be set at each meeting. To be added to this group, please contact Katie Eaton, email@example.com