Candidate School for your community?

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Starting a Candidate School can be a strategic move for a Chamber of Commerce to:

  1. Leadership Development: Prepare aspiring leaders for public office.
  2. Civic Engagement: Encourage active participation in democracy.
  3. Policy Advocacy: Shape pro-business policies and drive economic growth.
  4. Networking Opportunities: Connect candidates with influential community members.
  5. Promote Diversity: Encourage diverse representation in political leadership.
  6. Raise Chamber Profile: Strengthen the Chamber's reputation and influence.
  7. Educate the Public: Inform citizens about local governance and key issues.
  8. Long-Term Impact: Cultivate a pipeline of skilled leaders for sustainable development.

In summary, a Candidate School can foster leadership, enhance civic engagement, and strengthen the Chamber's role in shaping the community's future.

I enjoyed assisting Vision Galveston in creating what started out to be a Candidate School and in the end the topic broadened to be a Civic Leadership Workshop. Contact me for available dates. I would love to assist you.

Hello! I am Diane Probst

“When the storm comes, it’s not about avoiding it, but how you navigate through it that matters.”