Join us, the U.S. Chamber and Frederick County Chamber as we convene local and national employers, substance use disorder experts, and community leaders for conversations on creating drug free workplaces, education and prevention techniques, how to utilize benefits providers, force multipliers for families, investing in communities and more.
On Thursday, September 26, Whitney Harmel, Director of Strategic Partnerships, Maryland Chamber of Commerce will moderate Bio Buzz’s panel session […]
Blog post by Ashley Duckman Ashley Duckman is the Vice President of Government Affairs at the Maryland Chamber. As the […]
Talbot County’s first responders are getting a major boost in their wireless communications with the addition of a new, purpose-built […]
Blog post by Whitney Harmel Whitney Harmel is the Director of Strategic Partnerships at the Maryland Chamber of Commerce. Through […]
In this issue… Maryland Chamber sponsors MACo summer conference Kirwan Commission Executive order on clean & renewable energy Rural broadband […]
Bank of America is continuing its commitment to Greater Maryland, granting $720,000 to more than 30 nonprofit organizations working to improve the lives of Marylanders.
Over the course of the last several months, the Maryland Chamber of Commerce has been actively engaged in seeking ways to address the challenges faced by the ex-offender community as these individuals prepare for and seek employment post-incarceration.
Maryland’s apprenticeship programs are helping our businesses grow and our residents build those better lives. We’re grateful to all of our business partners, and encourage every Maryland company to consider investing in the state’s future workforce by sponsoring apprenticeships.