Salem YoungPros to hit refresh
After years of providing Salem’s emerging leaders with opportunities to develop their professional skills, the Salem Area Young Professionals is evolving to provide better opportunities for leadership, career and civic development.
Create Jobs PAC Announces New Administrator
Nick Williams will help manage PAC activities, distributions
Teamwork makes an ambitious job a reality
Mark Fox understands the impact a team can have on a project. Just look at his company’s latest venture.
Program gives students a glimpse into the future
In an effort to help students prepare for life after high school, the Salem Chamber’s Ready to Learn Ready to Work program partnered with McNary High School for the second annual McNary High School College & Career Fair.
Now is the time to step up and lead
"Everything rises and falls on leadership.” These words were both spoken and written by #1 New York Times bestselling author John C. Maxwell. In his book, How Successful People Lead, he begins by stating, “If your vision of success includes starting an organization, owning a company, or putting together a team, you need to become good at leadership. If you cannot lead well, you will not be successful.”
Engagement critical for elections
by Jason Brandt, Chief Executive Officer, Salem Area Chamber of Commerce
It is hard to believe that my time working on behalf of Salem Chamber members is quickly approaching the 10 year mark. I have been blessed to have an opportunity as a part of this team to learn so much about our community. When we are enveloped in our professional work, it can be so hard to look up and make sure we’re paying attention to the important community decisions that lay on the horizon.
Chamber Praises Newfound Common Ground on Boise Site
Recent updates from the City of Salem indicate a new plan is in the works to retool the development plan for the former Boise Cascade site pending City Council approval.
Member Marketplace encourages buying local
With the holidays fast approaching, it’s more important than ever to support local businesses in our community. Member Marketplace is one way to do just that.
Internships connect employers with local talent
Now, more than ever, it is important to increase access to internships for all students.
Be intentional about buying local this season
The holiday season seems to arrive earlier every year. It was hard to believe that I actually stumbled across my first Christmas advertisement on the evening of Sunday, October 28. And as the holidays arrive earlier each year, they also expand as stores around the nation begin to open on Thanksgiving Day in an effort to secure the coveted Christmas dollar.
- Members making news - November/December 2013
- Welcome new members August - October 2013
- Member anniversaries August - October 2013
- Chamber achievements have direct impact on members
- Great Salem Race focuses on fun, teamwork, building community pride
- Wine walk celebrates blooming industry
- Chamber speaks out on federal forestry bill
- Your investment makes great things happen
- Strong leadership equals remarkable results
- Members support hiring our heroes