There are plenty of ways to get involved and in the know with the Seneca Regional Chamber of Commerce.
Get information about local industries, become a county leader, and keep your employees safe by applying to join one of our committees and councils.
The Seneca County Industrial Management Council exists to influence community and political organizations on items of industrial interest, assist members in attaining improved efficiency and more effective business methods, work as a group in order to contain industry related costs, promote industrial development, support educational programs which encourage free enterprise, and ameliorate relationships and develop better understanding between industry and other facets of the community.
Seneca County Human Resource Association (SCHRA) was formed to provide professional development workshops, hear knowledgeable speakers, receive legislative updates, and networking opportunities to those professionals working in a variety of human resource capacities.
Founded in 1996 Leadership Seneca County (LSC) has helped hundreds of individuals expand their knowledge of Seneca County while refining their leadership skills. In 2011 the program re-calibrated its direction, increasing the programs focus on personal and professional development while placing development activities in the context of what’s happening in Seneca County.
Any person having an interest in the objectives of Leadership Seneca County and who is a resident of or employed in Seneca County is eligible to apply to the program. Enrollment in the class is limited to 24 participants who are chosen by a selection committee from all applications received.
Each Ohio safety council has the same goal - to increase safety awareness. But developing and maintaining a safe workplace is no easy task. That is why it must be a combined effort of local businesses and the community. Enroll now in the program. Return the form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click on the upcoming month to register for the meeting. The Safety Council's year runs from August through June.
To earn a safety council rebate, employers must meet rebate eligibility requirements in one of 83 BWC-sponsored safety councils. Read more about the requirements.