YPs talk about public service

Posted by Chamber Communications on Jul 27, 2018

On July 18, three young professionals who have already decided to get involved in public office spoke to members of The Network at the latest Access to the Issues event about what it’s like to be an officeholder, and how they’re working to shape the community.

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Reflecting on a successful session and career in the Capitol

Posted by Chamber Communications on Jul 20, 2018

Senator Jay Wasson was the guest of the Chamber’s Governmental Relations Committee on July 12, offering his take on the year’s successes, his overall time in the Capitol and the state political scene. 

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The power of encouraging employee education

Posted by Chamber Communications on Jul 19, 2018

At a July 12 event in the Chamber’s Workforce Event Series, the discussion focused on employers that support employee education efforts – through tuition reimbursement, professional development and company culture – and how those programs help with workforce recruitment and retention.

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Celebrating a successful legislative session

Posted by Chamber Communications on Jul 05, 2018

The Springfield Metro Partnership’s biennial Legislative Thank You Luncheon is a unique opportunity for members of the Partnership to celebrate successes of a legislative session and thank lawmakers for the work they did in Jefferson City during the previous legislative session.

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A mid-year accountability check for members

Posted by Chamber Communications on Jul 05, 2018

We’re inviting Chamber members to join us again in to hear from volunteer leaders about the progress we’ve made thus far this year and look at what the rest of the year might hold. 

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Small Business Spotlight - July 2018: AB Estate Sales of Missouri

Posted by Chamber Communications on Jul 05, 2018

Check out our Small Business Spotlight company for July 2018, AB Estate Sales of Missouri!

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GO CAPS helps teachers share workplace experiences with students

Posted by Chamber Communications on Jul 05, 2018

Many teachers in the area are taking the summer months to enjoy a well-deserved vacation. Or maybe they’re teaching a session of summer school. But some are using the time for a new type of experience – in conjunction with the Greater Ozarks Centers for Advanced Professional Studies (GO CAPS).

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