12th Annual Economic Summit
Tuesday, October 17th, 2017
Ernest A. Koury Sr. Business Center
A partnership between the Alamance Chamber and Alamance-Burlington Schools, this program offers local middle and high school teachers the opportunity to visit area businesses and industries.
Leadership Alamance, a nine-month program, educates current and emerging leaders about Alamance County – its infrastructure, resources and challenges.
This celebratory, high energy event is designed to welcome educators back to school and share products and resources that can be of value to them personally and professionally.
The Chamber's Education Council meets monthly and brings representatives from chamber member schools to the table with chamber business members.
This chamber program recognizes the best in teaching in Alamance County.
The Alamance Chamber hosts a bi-annual Candidates Reception to provide an opportunity for members to meet and talk with candidates at the local, state and federal levels.
This annual campaign, organized by the Alamance Chamber, is designed to support students by supplying items needed for a successful school year.
The Advocacy Council meets monthly and provides chamber members the opportunity to have personal interaction with their elected officials and decision-makers.
The Community Leaders’ Retreat serves as a forum to explore current issues and opportunities that impact and shape the economy and quality of life in Alamance County.
The Leadership Alamance Alumni Association began as a result of the commitment of Leadership Alamance graduates to remain informed citizens and act as a vehicle for positive change.
The Alamance Chamber Workforce Council provides a forum for local companies, educational institutions, and workforce development resources to address business-driven issues surrounding local and regional workforce development.
The Alamance Youth Leadership Academy (AYLA) is a two-year program committed to building strong foundations for future leaders.
Ambassadors are responsible for engaging, encouraging, and expanding relationships on behalf of the Chamber.
Since 1998 the Chamber has host over 500 ribbon cuttings at businesses throughout Alamance County.
The Tri-County Women in Business Group is an initiative by the Alamance, Durham, and Hillsborough/Orange Chambers to engage women across all three counties and the surrounding areas, for professional development and networking opportunities.
CNRG is an exclusive leads group, meaning only one Chamber Member can join per business category. Members should only represent their primary business; therefore, allowing the group to grow by bringing in new members to represent more business categories.
This is an annual half day event open to all women in the community (members and non-members). The purpose of this event is to engage and empower women in our community by providing conversations and tools for success.
This is a program designed to give Chamber members access to tools and resources that will assist them in growing and strengthening their busines
This event is designed to welcome Chamber Members to an event that covers accomplishments of the previous year and gives a preview of what to expect in the year to come.
This event is hosted by a member business the last Tuesday of each month. The goal is to provide networking opportunities for members and provide a means to showcase the business's products, services and facilities.
Join over 120 golfers from local businesses for a round at a Chamber Member golf course. Take this opportunity to make new connections and network with event sponsors throughout the course.
This event is hosted by a member business the second Friday of each month. This event includes a full breakfast, Chamber announcements, networking with peers and personal business commercials.