Woodbury University’s School of Business recently confirmed a constructive corporate partnership with the Burbank Chamber of Commerce, the leading business advocate within the City of Burbank, aimed at promoting economic growth and prosperity for local business entities.
The multi-tiered partnership focuses on student progress and entails internship opportunities for at least two School of Business students annually. The focus will be primarily on management and marketing-related experience generation, with interns engaging in a wide variety of fascinating tasks such as networking and outreach to local businesses, digital marketing and social media coordination, assistance in event planning and coordination, and more. Interested students are encouraged to contact their program administrators for eligibility information.
Additionally, selected School of Business faculty will prepare a series of webinars to assist local business owners in areas such as entrepreneurship, leadership, moral decision-making, organizational behavior, cyber security, and more.
Established in 1920, the Burbank Chamber of Commerce serves as a vital strategic partner in initiatives that enhance and preserve the quality of life within the local community, providing valued services to its diverse business members. The Burbank Chamber assists businesses in a multitude of ways with the City, and does so effectively thanks to a close and positive relationship with City officials.
The Chamber of Commerce is led by Jamie Keyser-Thomas, who took over the CEO position in 2021 after three decades at The Walt Disney Company. Jamie’s dynamic leadership has thus far resulted in some major points of pride for the Chamber, including member growth and a plethora of dazzling new connectivity opportunities for Chamber members. She is supported by a strong board of directors, comprised of leaders representing a wide variety of local businesses.
Last Updated on May 9, 2022.