Business Resource Center – Our library contains copies of business publications, market research and business resource information providing you easy access to expert experience and knowledge. Jones Library is located directly across the lobby form the Chamber Office.
Job Fair – This event give you direct access to potential employees and afford you the opportunity to promote your company’s culture and benefits for future hiring ease. Hosted by the Dayton Chamber of Commerce.
Lee College – The Chamber works with our local College located right here in Liberty County or in Baytown. Working to provide education and training for your employees. Both Steve McCorquodale (SBDC) and Kimberlee Whittington (CE) work on our Business Development Committee to provide Chamber Member’s with learning opportunities. For course and/or training proposals, suggestions, questions and comments please contact The Center for Workforce and Community Development at email@example.com
New Venture Business Series – The Chamber, Dayton Community Development Corp. and Lee College SBDC have developed a training course for new Business or Struggling companies. This helps business take that next step to becoming a thriving and successful business. It’s a 6-week Course. Call the Chamber for more details.
Online Education and Training – The Chamber’s website offers online training. Some of the classes are free of charge and other’s have a small fee. Give your employee’s the training they need to improve your business.
Professional Development – Your Chamber offers numerous seminars, roundtables and educational activities geared specifically to the business community and the continuing education of you and your employees.
Small Business Development Center – The Chamber partners with SBDC to give Chamber members access to additional seminars and counseling designed to take your business to the next level (or even to just get started.) Appointments may be scheduled by calling the Chamber.
Workforce Solutions – The Chamber partners Texas Workforce Solutions to help Chamber members solve workforce-related business problems and area residents build careers, so that both can better compete in the changing worldwide economy. They provide employer incentives including Skills for Small Business, Skills Development Fund, Work Experience, On-the-Job Training and Oil & Gas Initiatives. Contact: Fred Lopez Jr. firstname.lastname@example.org