Alameda Chamber of Commerce Programs
Business After Hours Social (BASH) In person events on hold
The BASH is sponsored each month by our Chamber members and is held at the sponsor's place of business. Chamber members, prospective members, business associates, and guests regularly attend. The event is an enjoyable and profitable experience, giving companies an excellent opportunity to network and socialize with the chamber members.
The Chamber Academy is a monthly lunch and learns speaker series which delivers essential knowledge on critical business topics.
The Academy brings together the Chamber business community, to hear from experts, ask questions, and share tips and ideas that are essential to running a successful business.
Good Morning Alameda
Good Morning Alameda provides a brief update on a topic of interest as well as a tour or intro to the chamber member host business. It is a great way to get a behind the scenes feel for a business in the area.
Attendees also enjoy open networking and coffee in a friendly, welcoming atmosphere.
Good Morning Alameda is open to the public.
Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Town Hall
The Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Town Hall is designed to create learning opportunities around topics like promoting social justice, disbanding systemic inequality and racism, and supporting diverse voices and opportunities through Alameda.
It hosts monthly education sessions to help draw attention to the need for diverse voices and viewpoints in business.
The members then use this education to affect change within the community through initiatives like striving for equity in the workplace, ending micro-aggressions in communication, and establishing more opportunities for people of all backgrounds throughout Alameda.
Membership is open to everyone in the community who wants to make an impact through education and volunteerism.
12@12 Roundtable Focus
12@12 is a small-group round-table discussion focused each month on a single industry and designed around the needs of that group. 12@12 is focused on uncovering and sharing challenges of that month’s industry, brainstorming solutions, sharing best practices, discussing potential innovative solutions and the action plan required to achieve the desired results.
Each month a small representative segment of an industry comes together to learn about business models and services from one another as well as from leaders with the City of Alameda. This is a joint effort on behalf of the City and the Alameda Chamber of Commerce, dedicated to facilitating effective change for the good of business.
Attendance is determined on a first come, first served basis and is limited to twelve people within the profession or industry for that month.
Alameda Women Leaders
No matter what career stage you’re in, we look to help you meet your personal and professional goals and create valuable relationships in a supportive environment.
In addition, AWL's partnership with Girls Inc. of the Island City will provide powerful role models, career mentors, and internship opportunities for the girls and teens they serve.
A ribbon cutting is an event to celebrate the opening of a business for the purpose of connecting with your customers, your vendors, local business people you know, your friends, your family and members of the public who you invite.
As Junior Chamber members, students will learn about business ownership through job shadowing employers in the City of Alameda and will engage in projects designed to foster personal growth as local and global citizens. The Chamber of Commerce will have a celebration at the end of the school year to celebrate the contribution of the Junior Chamber and commendations will be awarded to those students who have excelled as members of the Junior Chamber.
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Hear from some of the community's top leaders tell their stories, predict trends, and share best practices in a one-on-one interview format with the Chamber.
This program is a great way to get to know community leaders in a new way.
Leadership Alameda introduces an annual class of leaders to the major facets of the Alameda community through its intensive professional development course. The program hosts educational sessions and local tours of public and private sector organizations as well as encourages and facilitates candid conversations with community leaders.
For more information, contact Madlen Saddik at 510-522-0414 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We urge you to get involved in these fantastic programs or try one of our committees.