Ambassadors are those friendly smiles who greet members and guests at the door at Chamber functions including ribbon cuttings, grand openings and the New Member Receptions. These opportunities to meet and interact with other stakeholders in the business community have shown to be an excellent networking tool, as well as a chance to become more involved in the Chamber’s role in advocating the business community. The committee regularly meets the first Tuesday of the month, 7:00 a.m. at the Tustin Chamber of Commerce Office, 700 W. First Street, Suite 7, Tustin, California.
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Business & Education Committee
The Education and Workforce Development Committee assists the educational institutions by developing a clear understanding of the employer and employee needs of the local business community. The committee will maintain a close working relationship with the Tustin Unified School District, South Orange County Community College District and other education institutions throughout southern California.
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The Chamber participates in many special events throughout the year including but not limited to:
- Tustin Chili Cook-off
- Tustin Tiller Days Pancake Breakfast and Corn Booth
- Golf Tournament
- Leprechaun Leap 5K Race
- Business Expos
and many more.
Government Affairs Committee
The Government Affairs Committee is responsible for monitoring and facilitating discussion related to local, state and federal government impactsthat may positively or adversely affect the business community of Tustin and Orange County.