Blogs

The time for modernized infrastructure is now

November 15, 2021

“We’re Open for Business” is the greeting you’ll see on Maryland welcome signs across the state. But what does it really take to start a business in Maryland? It’s a bit more complicated than just hanging up a sign, opening the door and counting the profits. 

Meet President and CEO Mary D. Kane

October 21, 2021

On October 11, 2021, the Maryland Chamber of Commerce welcomed seasoned executive Mary D. Kane into our senior leadership role […]

5 value-adds your local chamber of commerce can deliver

October 20, 2021

First off, what is a chamber of commerce? A chamber of commerce is a non-profit organization led by business leaders, […]

2020 data center legislation brings first-of-its-kind facility to Maryland

September 8, 2021

Q&A with Quantum Loophole During the 2020 legislative session, the Maryland Chamber of Commerce established a coalition focused on data […]

Guest Blog: Bobby Burkhart, 2021 Teacher Extern

September 7, 2021

Delivering power and career opportunities in Western Maryland Guest blog by Bobby Burkhart, biology teacher at Williamsport High School and […]

Guest Blog: Eric Hines, 2021 Teacher Extern

September 1, 2021

Delivering hope and inspiration to tomorrow’s tech leaders As an Algebra teacher at Laurel High School in Prince George’s County, […]

Understanding combined reporting in Maryland: 5 top questions answered

August 27, 2021

“We’re Open for Business” is the greeting you’ll see on Maryland welcome signs across the state. But what does it really take to start a business in Maryland? It’s a bit more complicated than just hanging up a sign, opening the door and counting the profits. 

Guest Blog: Amin Salaam, 2021 Teacher Extern

August 25, 2021

Sharpening communication skills for computer science careers Amin Salaam is an AP Computer Science teacher at Albert Einstein High School […]

Guest Blog: Wanda Etheridge, 2021 Teacher Extern

August 18, 2021

3 lessons for high schoolers when choosing a career path Wanda Etheridge has two important roles at Randallstown High School […]

Q&A with Mary Miller, 2021 Teacher Extern

August 11, 2021

Preparing high schools for careers in the ever-changing IT field Mary Miller is an AP Computer Science teacher at Worcester […]