In the last academic year two dozen faculty, staff and
students participated in numerous events and activities on area chambers. Our
chamber memberships allow us to promote our students, courses and alumni to the
region; learn about the workforce education needs of our neighbors, and learn
about people and opportunities that can enhance the education of our students.
|BSU has very strong ties with the Metro South Chamber of Commerce.
President Dana Mohler-Faria seves on the Board. The Chamber, headed by President Chris
Cooney, serves 18 towns including Brockton and Bridgewater, and
approximately 1000 members. It is a key player in all aspects of
economic development for the region.
|The Taunton Area Chamber of Commerce, headed by BSU alumna Kerrie
Blake Babin, serves Taunton, Raynham, Dighton and Berkeley and boasts
450 member organizations. Kerrie is a member of the Advisory Board for
the Center for Entrepreneurship Studies. In addition to participating in
after-hours events for this chamber, BSU participates in the chambers
Legislative Breakfast and annual Teacher Appreciation event.
|Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce serves fifteen towns on Cape Cod and beyond and advocates on behalf of businesses to strengthen and promote regional economic vitality while addressing related environmental, cultural and community concerns.|
|The Cranberry Country Chamber of Commerce serves nine towns
including Bridgewater and Middleboro.
|Serving 750 members in 9 towns, the Plymouth Area Chamber of
Commerce is rapidly growing in impact and influence. Chamber President
Denis Hanks has worked with BSU in developing the Old Colony Crossroads
|BSU participates in the Annual meeting and after-hours events for
the United Regional Chamber of Commerce, which serves seventeen
towns and approximately 800 member businesses.
The South Shore Chamber of Commerce, headed by President Peter Forman, boasts of 1,500 members from twelve towns.
|The New Bedford Area Chamber of Commerce serves
ten communities in the SouthCoast of Massachusetts, with a total
population of more than 210,000 residents.
|The Tri-Town Chamber of Commerce represents the communities
of Foxborough, Mansfield and Norton, and is home to over 350 businesses
that are currently members.
Last Modified: January 29, 2013