October: Seasonal Hiring
November: Open Forum
December: Social and Community Services
Greater Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce
Businesses who participate in three or more partner workshops throughout the year will receive special recognition from their home Chamber. To enroll, simply contact your home Chamber for more information.
The Chamber in Action!
"I really love the direction the chamber is headed and how much energy and excitement you guys generate. Just wanted you to know it is noticed and appreciated!"
Members of the Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce are stock holders in the community's future! Members receive some of the greatest networking and direct marketing opportunities available on Whidbey Island. Working together through financial and voluntary means, members are creating an unprecedented movement -- working together to sustain and improve the overall economic well-being of the greater Oak Harbor area. There is truly strength in numbers!
The Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce has partnered with WorkSource Whidbey to host hiring events on the first Friday of every month in 2019. Each month, there will be a particular industry theme:
We request that participating businesses:
- Have a job opening
- Create a business account on www.WorkSourceWA.com
- Post their job on www.WorkSourceWA.com
Partner organizations Camano Chamber, Coupeville Chamber, EDC, Greater Freeland Chamber, Greater Oak Harbor Chamber, Langley Chamber, Skagit Valley College, Sno-Isle Libraries, and WorkSource Whidbey are offering workshops on a wide variety of business topics, including but not limited to:
Chamber University of Whidbey and Camano Island features professional and business development through classes and workshops. The mission of Chamber University, a continuing-education resource, is to accelerate business growth and advances quality of life within the Island County business community.
"With great enthusiasm, the Oak Harbor Chamber setsgoals, communicates goals, and achieves those goals."
Whidbey Tech Solutions
"Given my experience with multiple chambers of commerce, it is my belief that all Chambers should look to Oak Harbor's as the example." Dan Ollis