Committees

The Statesboro-Bulloch Chamber's proactive committees help us achieve our mission of supporting our businesses and our community.  Engage in the Chamber and exercise a benefit of membership by participating on one of these dynamic committees.

Agribusiness: Organizes, promotes and presents programs that recognize the significance of Agribusiness in our community and state. The committee seeks to  introduce Agribusiness career opportunities through educational events and scholarships.

Education & Workforce Preparedness:  Serves as liaison to primary and secondary schools (public, private and parochial), local institutions of higher learning and the business community. Focuses on workforce development. Promotes the identity of Bulloch County as an education destination and highlights its centers for workforce preparedness.

Governmental Operations/Programs: Serves as liaison for businesses and local, state and federal elected officials and law enforcement issues that affect the business community.  Hosts seminars, networking events and forums.  Communicates regularly through the Chamber newsletter and other member communication tools.

Health Industry: Representing a significant segment of the local economy (over 100 Chamber members), this group focuses on identifying and networking among various provider types available locally. This in turn enables enhanced coordination of care, encourages local job growth and promotes convenient, quality care for the community.

Industry & Large Business: Supports the interests of the larger employers in the community with programs of specific interest, and fosters the connection with the education systems to ensure availability of a quality workforce now and in the future.

Leadership Bulloch: Coordinates and implements each year’s class of Leadership Bulloch, a program aimed at identifying, developing and encouraging community leaders. Oversees a Youth program for 11th graders in all local schools.

Membership : Seeks to grow and retain membership through developing and communicating Chamber benefits. The committee serves as a review board for value-added member services.

Special Events: Plans, organizes and hosts events that enable the Chamber to operate its member programs and services that benefit the community’s development. The Chamber is funded by membership dues and special events.

Small Business: Promotes small business among the public and encourages the community’s support of local business. Among initiatives is promotion of the Chamber’s Gifts Unlimited Program.

 

We invite you to expand your network of operation and get involved to help your business and your neighbor.