Volunteers are the key to our success.
There are many opportunities to become involved in numerous areas of the Chamber. Below are listed a few of our volunteer committees. For more information on joining one of these committees and joining a group of people who work to make a difference, please use the form.
Committees are a great way to contribute while developing relationships with those who share common interests. Even if you choose not to serve on a committee, we encourage you to become familiar with the activities of the committees and how they can benefit your business both directly and indirectly. Chamber Membership is required for committee service elibigility; additional eligibility requirements vary by committee and are noted below.
Increases and expands communications and working relationships between businesses and educational communities in Midland County through school / business partnerships.
Meets: 2nd Monday of every other month (Oct., Dec., Feb., Apr., Jun., Aug.)
Excellence in Teaching Task Force
Plans and prepares/executes the Excellence in Teaching and Unsung Hero Awards event which honors local teachers and education personnel. May serve on selection panel.
Meets: As needed October - February
Governmental Affairs Committee
Represents and informs the business community on federal, state and local governmental issues. Develops and maintains relationships with elected officials. Committee service subject to application approval.
Meets: Quarterly and/or as needed
Highly visible volunteer representatives of the Chamber at public events such as ribbon cuttings and ground breakings.
Meets: The 3rd Thursday of the month and has minimum attendance requirement for member events listed above. 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. (uniform fee applies)
Helps coordinate the Star-Spangled Salute 4th of July celebration.
Meets: January – July as needed.