The final Total Resource Campaign (TRC) Reward Session was held Oct. 29.
TRC volunteers learned more about the Chamber's Community Development division from guest speakers Rayanne DuChane, Nacogdoches ISD, and Misty Roe, Rex Perry Autoplex, pictured above. DuChane is the past chair of Community Development and Roe is the current chair of thedivision.
All Community Development activities support the business community. Some involve school-age children from eighth grade through high school, some focus on developing new leaders and attracting retirees to Nacogdoches. our retiree population - a promising market.
Any business will benefit from sponsoring these specific projects produced through the Chamber's Community Development division.
Download the Future 8th Grade Career Fair
Involves all 8th grade students in the county.
Held in the SFA William R. Johnson Coliseum.
Great opportunity to reach the families throughout the county!
LOT (Leaders of Tomorrow) Crew
For the August 2014 - May 2015 program year.
Modeled after the Leadership Nacogdoches program.
Reaches participating students and their families in all county school districts.
N.O.B.L.E. Scholars Awards Banquet
Presented by Citizens 1st Bank and The Daily Sentinel.
Held in March at Stephen F. Austin State University.
Honors graduating high school students from all Nacogdoches County public schools who have successfully completed the N.O.B.L.E. Scholar program.
The banquet is attended by more than 300 individuals, including students, their parents, counselors, school administrators and Chamber leaders and volunteers.
A prestigious 9-month program designed to identify, motivate, and educate potential and existing adult leaders in Nacogdoches County.
Sponsors can meet and interact with the community’s future leaders – people that have already shown promise in their careers.
Retire in Nacogdoches brochure
Reaches thousands of prospects that consider moving to Nacogdoches for retirement.