• Ambassadors & Leadership

  • CHAMBER AMBASSADORS

    Networking, making friends, making a difference in your community … you can do all this and more as a Chamber Ambassador!

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  • Ambassadors are volunteers from Chamber-member firms who give of their time to promote the programs of the Chamber of Commerce, educate and involve new members in Chamber functions and activities, and promote good will between the Chamber and the public. They represent the Chamber at all sponsored functions, and help recruit and retain members.

    Learn how you can become a Chamber Ambassador. Call us at 270-821-3435 and request an application.

     

    LEADERSHIP HOPKINS COUNTY

  • Leadership Hopkins County Class of 2016
  • Download the 2017 Leadership Hopkins County Application

    For more than three decades, the Chamber has presented Leadership Hopkins County, a yearly class designed to identify, educate, and inspire leaders to serve our community.

    Leadership Hopkins County graduates are expected to be positive role models; active community leaders who are open-minded to change and innovation; able to utilize networking skills; educated on current community issues; and committed to effecting community improvement.

    The goals of the program are to: Familiarize emerging leaders with one another and with the community's current business and civic leadership; provide these leaders with an understanding of major challenges and opportunities facing Hopkins County; stimulate increased participation and commitment in the community; create opportunities to increase knowledge and skills in community leadership; offer increased contacts and broader communication networks; and provide greater access and participation in addressing community needs.

    The Leadership Hopkins County program is administered by a Board of Directors comprised of past graduates of the program. The program includes:

    • An overnight retreat facilitated by Lynn Miller Pease, CEO of Leadership Evansville. During the retreat participants discover their inherent leadership traits and how to develop them for the good of the community. The Chamber gratefully acknowledges the support of Fifth Third Bank, the sponsor of our annual Leadership Hopkins County retreat, which sets the tone and pace for the yearly program.
    • Monthly Program Days organized to educate participants about county government, industries, health care, education, and other vital programs and services.
    • A two-day visit to Frankfort to learn about state government
    • A graduation luncheon

     

    The class is also expected to work together as a whole or in teams to organize, perform, and complete community service projects during the Leadership year.

    Download the application for the 2016-2017 class of Leadership Hopkins County here. You can also call the Chamber at (270) 821-3435 to request a copy. Tuition payment is due no later than September 2, 2016. See the application for more details.

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