Kern County Black Junior Chamber

The Mission of the Kern County Black Junior Chamber

The mission of the Junior Board is to learn how to become leaders in sustaining the business environment and affect change in their schools, neighborhoods and community.

What do Junior Chamber Members do?

  Learn how to conduct meetings, outreach, public speaking, & group decision making.

  Develop project ideas, project management and implementation.

  Learn about the community of Kern County and the businesses within.

Benefits of being a Chamber Board Member:

  Gain a high quality, organized, and focused volunteer experience.

  Learn to collaborate with city governments and other agencies.

  Learn how to lead and follow for community betterment.

  Join us at The Ron Brown Summit.

What is the Time Commitment?

Nine months starting in February and ending in November. Included are attending the following (all meetings are to be held at the Kern County Black Chamber of Commerce office, located at 2623 F. Street, Suite F, Bakersfield, CA 93301):

Monthly board meetings held the 3rd Monday from 4:30pm – 6:00pm.

Who Can Apply?

  Young people between the ages of 13-20 who live in Kern County.

  Those that are interested in helping their community.

  Individuals that want to learn about leadership development, action planning, and group decision making.

  Community members that like working in groups, expressing opinions, and having fun.e

**Applications are due Thursday, February 7th by 11:59 pm
and may be submitted by mail or email.
✓ By Mail

Kern County Black Chamber of Commerce
Attn: Junior Board Director Chei Brown
2623 F. Street, Suite F
Bakersfield, CA 93301

✓ By E-Mail **preferred

jrkcbcc@outlook.com
Attn: Junior Board Director Chei Brown