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      Ambassador Program Overview

      The Greater Austin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors are the “face” of the Chamber and thus are charged with extending the hand of friendship to new, current, and future members.  The GAHCC Ambassadors promote retention by assisting members in maximizing their Chamber membership, welcoming new members, and attending ribbon cuttings and other Chamber events. The Chamber also relies on the Ambassadors to serve as a communication link between the Chamber and its members by relaying information to and from members, identifying member concerns, and garnering support for the Chamber.

      If you are interested in becoming a GAHCC Ambassador, please fill out our application and forward to Karlie Ramirez at kramirez(at)gahcc.org.

      Program Requirements

      1. Each candidate for the Ambassador program MUST be a Chamber member in good standing. An Ambassador who changes jobs or whose company drops their membership has 30 days from the occurrence to remedy the situation. After 30 days, the Ambassador will be dropped from the program.
      2. All members of this program should be in a position to have some autonomy in the use of his/her time in the execution of their Ambassador duties or have management approval to actively participate within the program.
      3. When communicating with Chamber members, an Ambassador is expected to represent the Chamber first and foremost and their company second (e.g., avoid conflict of interest).
      4. The Ambassador term shall run from January through December.  All Ambassadors may re-apply to the program subsequently in November.

      Awards and Recognition

      The Ambassador of the Year will be recognized at the Celebrando Austin Awards Banquet. Additional recognition will be provided through the Chamber website, newsletter, and Annual Banquet Program.

      Dismissal Policy

      Once accepted into the Program, Ambassadors are expected to understand and agree to the outlined program requirements and expectations. An Ambassador who does not fulfill the minimum required monthly expectations may be subject to dismissal from the Program. Prior to any dismissal, Ambassador will receive written and/or verbal notification from Board Chair. Upon failure to achieve minimum expectations following warning notification, official notice of dismissal will be issued.

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