Erie Ambassadors serve the community through volunteer activities that positively impact the community and support the mission of the Erie Regional Chamber and Growth Partnership. The Erie Ambassador program is designed to train community professionals and citizens interested in the history and promotion of our region. The course examines numerous aspects of the community, providing in-depth information from some of Erie’s top civic leaders.
Erie Ambassadors undergo a nine-session community training course. Curriculum topics may include, but are not limited to:
US Border Patrol, 12th Street corridor history,
Upon graduation, Erie Ambassadors are considered an Investor of the Erie Regional Chamber and Growth Partnership for one year (if not already employed by a current investor). We ask that all Erie Ambassadors commit to attending a minimum of (2) Business After Hours, (2) Ribbon Cuttings and volunteer a minimum of (2) times when requested per year.
Erie Ambassador Graduates are welcome to attend a current session, if it was not offered or if they missed that session during their enrollment period. A continuing education session will be attempted at least once a year.
The spring training course began late January. Our fall training course information is below. Those sessions will begin in late September and will run for 9 weeks with class time 10AM to 12 Noon.
The cost of the training is $200 and space is limited. To become an Erie Ambassador, contact Nadeen Schmitz at the Erie Regional Chamber and Growth Partnership, (814) 454-7191 ×139 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.