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AUGUST 15, 2016 / IN THE NEWS
The Business Advocacy Intern will work a minimum of 15 hours per week coordinated with the Vice President of Policy & Entrepreneurship to implement programs and priorities laid out by the Chamber’s CEO and Board of Directors. Combining this job with other Chamber positions is a possibility depending on the experience and interests of the candidate.
-- Exceptional written and verbal communication skills.
-- Time management and prioritization skills with ability to prioritize multiple projects and meet multiple deadlines.
-- Self-starter, highly motivated and ability to work both independently and as part of a team.
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