The Kenosha Area Chamber of Commerce is looking for an administrative assistant/receptionist to work part-time (20-25 hours per week) at the Chamber. This position will provide front desk support in the operation of the Chamber, administrative support for Leadership Kenosha, and administrative support for Chamber events, among other responsibilities.
Hours are flexible, and we will train the right person for the job! Click below to view the job post and to apply.
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Join the Kenosha Area Chamber of Commerce for our 105th Annual Meeting! We will vote on the term renewals for our Board of Directors, award college scholarships, as well as the Chairman’s Award, Ambassador of the Year, and Best Place to Work in Kenosha County awards.
Dustin Godsey, Chief Marketing Officer for the Milwaukee Bucks will be our featured keynote speaker. As Milwaukee Business Journal’s CMO of the Year, you will not only hear about the Bucks economic impact on Milwaukee and the region, but also the Bucks’ expanded global presence that’s putting Wisconsin on the map in creative and innovative ways.
Registration is open now to all Chamber Members. Cost is $60 per person or $500 for a table of ten. Deadline for registration is Wednesday, October 6th.
Wednesday, October 20, 2021
The Club at Strawberry Creek
14810 72nd Street, Kenosha
11:30am – 1:30pm
What does the imagery of multiple colors, double-dutch sized ropes, and beach balls bring to mind? Does it remind you of a fun day at the beach? Memories made at a playground? This is what would have come to mind before last week’s Leadership Kenosha Retreat. The descriptors above now activate memories of laughter, camaraderie, team building, and learning with new colleagues.
The retreat constructed our leadership foundation. Through the Real Colors activity, we learned to identify our personality types, how to communicate with those with different attributes, and how our distinctive qualities add value to our teams. FOCUS Training fostered an environment of trust. Group activities comprised of sharing our “inner geek” to find common ground (who knew our trainer was a trekky!), working together to keep a beach ball “live” in the air while using only certain parts of our bodies while laughing at our falls, slides, and bumps. The highlight was what I will call the Mission Impossible ropes activity where we were to pair-up, some blindfolded, and cross through twirling ropes. Thoughts of tripping and becoming tangled were quickly put to rest by participating in the practice session. It is with much happiness that I report we not only survived, but nailed it, through developing a strategy, assigning roles, and trusting our team. The time spent at the retreat was instrumental in creating a connection with each person while discovering new things about ourselves.
I’d be remiss if I failed to mention that the best parts of our retreat were the feelings of warmth, sense of belonging, and adventure as we embark on this journey together. The leadership gem I collected is cultivating a team requires leaning into each other, being strengths focused, and pivoting out of the comfort zone. What can we do individually to stretch out of the comfort zone this month?
Today we had the honor of welcoming Advance Clinical Services to Kenosha. Advance Clinical Services provides quality psychotherapy for individuals and families needing assistance with mental health and addiction. Their specialty is helping to restore healing to broken relationships. They offer immediate openings for ages 8+, either by telehealth or in-person appointments if you live in the Kenosha/Racine area.
Advance Clinical Services
6121 Green Bay Road, Suite 200
Kenosha, WI 53142
The whole business community is invited to join the Kenosha Area Chamber of Commerce for open, social networking hosted by PUBLIC Craft Brewing Co. Our Chamber Ambassadors will be on hand to help with introductions and to keep networking flowing.
Our thanks to PUBLIC Craft Brewing Company for hosting and to Historic Barden/Witico Development Corporation, Lee Mechanical, and Home Federal Savings Bank for sponsoring!
Cost of entry is $5 for Chamber members and $10 for non-members. No advance registration is necessary and guests can pay cash at the door. Please enter through the doors off 7th Avenue.
Thursday, October 14, 2021
PUBLIC Craft Brewing Co.
628 58th Street, Kenosha
5:00pm – 7:00pm