Business and education leaders who plan the Chamber's Career Fair and other programs supporting career-readiness for students. Meets every other month or as needed.
Energy industry representatives (electric, wind, solar, gas, etc.) keep the Chamber and its membership informed of industry trends, relevant legislation, and economic impact.
HR professionals keep the Chamber informed of labor law updates, best practices for recruitment and retention, conflict resolution, and other relevant or innovative ideas to support an engaged workforce.
Discuss legislative priorities and proposals of concern during the session. The Chamber uses bill-tracking software to monitor legislative goals, report updates, and mobilize support or opposition.
Connecting the business, non-profit and military communites of southeastern Connecticut to improve the military/family quality of life. Council assists with Service Person of the Month program, military discounts, and Military Appreciation breakfast.