The primary mission of The Central California Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s Ambassadors program is the Goodwill representative for our existing Chamber Members, recruitment of new members, at our events. The ambassadors help maintain contact with other members while promoting CCHCC and its purpose. Ambassadors attend Chamber functions and serve as the official “greeters” at events such as the monthly Amigo Luncheons, ribbon cuttings, mixers, and other Chamber events.
How does an Ambassador benefit?
Chamber Ambassadors are the first contact with member new and existing. For that reason our ambassadors increase their recognition with our members and attendees. Ambassadors learn new skills by working side by side with our board of Directors and members.
How do Ambassadors benefit the Chamber?
Ambassadors are our welcoming committee. They integrate new attendees and members at CCHCC’s programs and services by greeting them, introducing them to other members and providing any pertinent information at our events. They also help with membership retention and recruitment through personal contact and keeping members as informed and involved as possible. Ambassadors promote attendance and participation at Chamber events, and help publicize Chamber events.
How does someone become an Ambassador?
Interested Chamber members should be willing to become actively involved with various events and committees of the Chamber. Only with this kind of commitment can an Ambassador be effective in maintaining the group’s goals and maintain its standard of excellence and service to the Chamber and its members. Your involvement as an Ambassador is a volunteer representing the Chamber to the business and professional community.