2024

Duluth Area Chamber Foundation Partners With Monaco Air on Aviation Advocacy

The Duluth Area Chamber Foundation and the Monaco Air Foundation recently merged to create one unified and effective voice for aviation advocacy in our region. The Monaco Air Foundation has worked closely with the Duluth Airport Authority and other aviation partners for many years, helping advocate for expanded air service in partnership with the Duluth

By |2024-07-10T09:09:49-05:00July 9th, 2024|2024, Advocacy, Duluth Chamber News, Education, Employers, Workforce Development|Comments Off on Duluth Area Chamber Foundation Partners With Monaco Air on Aviation Advocacy

Supporting Our Future: The Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce Backs the Technology Referendum

As President of the Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce, I am proud to announce that our Board has unanimously approved a resolution in full support of the Duluth Public Schools Technology Referendum. This decision reflects our steadfast commitment to fostering a thriving economy in Duluth, underpinned by a well-prepared and technologically adept workforce. The board

By |2024-07-09T09:20:32-05:00May 10th, 2024|2024, Duluth Chamber News, Education|Comments Off on Supporting Our Future: The Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce Backs the Technology Referendum

Workforce Development Grants now available, up to $1,000 per individual, from the Duluth Area Chamber Foundation

The Duluth Area Chamber Foundation is now awarding Workforce Development Grants, up to $1,000 per individual, to help address workforce needs in the region. Grants can be used for short-term required trainings, education, certificates, testing and more. The grant application is now available on the Duluth Area Chamber Foundation’s website. The goal of the program

By |2024-07-09T09:21:32-05:00February 27th, 2024|2024, Duluth Chamber News, Education, Employers, Foundation, Workforce Development|Comments Off on Workforce Development Grants now available, up to $1,000 per individual, from the Duluth Area Chamber Foundation

Duluth Chamber Foundation surveys residents about priorities

Homelessness, lack of affordable housing, downtown safety, taxes, street conditions and workforce challenges were identified as the top concerns of Duluthians in formal, citywide research commissioned by the Duluth Area Chamber Foundation in August. These and other findings will now be used by the Duluth Area Chamber Foundation to help prioritize areas of focus for

By |2024-07-09T09:24:36-05:00September 11th, 2023|2024, Duluth Chamber News, Employers, Foundation, Workforce Development|Comments Off on Duluth Chamber Foundation surveys residents about priorities
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