Did you hear about the new brewery opening in town? How about that brewery that gives loyalty members a sneak peek of their innovative, limited-edition beers before anyone else gets to try them? Surely, you must have heard of the hometown brewer that’s brought home dozens of awards this year? Even if you consider yourself […]
Taste of Arvada has been a beloved community event for decades. More than 50 local restaurants, distilleries, craft breweries, and bars will display their finest culinary offerings and compete for awards. Think it’s the same old Taste? Not only are we expanding to an outdoor space with live music, local artisans, and food trucks, this year, we have many brand new vendors offering unlimited bites and sips. All of this is included in one low admission ticket. So bring the family, your significant other, and your crew and get a taste of these seven incredible new options at Taste of Arvada!
On May 23, 2019, members of the Arvada Works KAPS Council participated in a Cradle to Career Simulator to gain a deeper understanding of the critical transition points in the career journey of youth. The workshop was hosted by the Adams County Youth Initiative (ACYI), which works to mobilize and support a collective partnership of stakeholders focused on improving educational outcomes in the community.
We want to continue to ensure that we are playing the appropriate role with the issues that impact your business. Please take some time to fill out the 2019 Business Challenges Survey and share with other businesses in Arvada!
On Friday, May 17th, the Arvada Chamber of Commerce hosted a Community Impact Breakfast to discuss “Our Impression on the Session.” A panel including Scott Chase of Politicalworks, Senator Rachel Zenzinger for Colorado, State Representative Tracy Kraft-Tharp, Senator Brittany Pettersen, State Representative Monica Duran, and Senator Tammy Story provided an overview of the 2019 legislative session. “This was one of the most significant sessions in recent memory – especially for the business community,” said Scott Chase in his keynote overview. In the 2019 session, 598 bills were introduced, carrying major weight in matters related to business, employment and education.
On May 7, the Arvada Chamber of Commerce hosted the Arvada Works seminar “How to Host Work-Based Learning Experiences at Your Business.” C. J. Juleff, M.A., from the Jefferson County Workforce Center, led a discussion on best practices for hosting mentoring, internships and job shadowing at a place of business. Read employers’ top learnings from this workshop and find local resources to assist in work-based learning.
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On April 19, the Arvada Chamber of Commerce hosted the annual State of the City Address from Mayor Marc Williams. In the hour speech, the Mayor addressed achievements, issues, and upcoming projects in the City of Arvada.
On Friday, April 26, the Arvada Chamber and Jefferson County Public Schools put a bow on an exciting inaugural Career Exploration Week as part of the Arvada Works program. Over 100 local employers connected with over 750 area students to provide industry exposure and career pathway opportunities.
In the last year, Dwayne Cameron says the Arvada Chamber has been a key to connect with the Arvada community and contribute to his business success. In fact, in 2018, Dwayne counted 65 invoices totaling over $10,000 that he could attribute to Chamber leads. Dwayne explains how he used his Chamber membership as a catalyst for business growth in a crowded market.