Greater Beaumont Chamber of Commerce and Beaumont Chamber Foundation Launches Newest Class of Mentorship Program
(Beaumont, TX) – The Greater Beaumont Chamber of Commerce and Beaumont Chamber Foundation are excited to announce the launch of the latest class of the Mentorship Program, aimed at fostering professional growth and collaboration within the local business community. The Mentorship Program is designed to connect experienced professionals with individuals seeking guidance, mentorship, and a pathway to success in their respective fields.
Chris Partin expressed enthusiasm about the program, stating, “Our Mentorship Program is a testament to the Chamber’s commitment to nurturing talent and fostering a supportive business environment. We believe that mentorship plays a pivotal role in empowering individuals to achieve their professional goals, and we are thrilled to facilitate these valuable connections.”
David Thornhill, President at SBS Southwest Building Systems, has stepped up to serve as a mentor in this program. Sharing his perspective on the initiative, Thornhill said, “Mentorship is a powerful tool for personal and professional development. It’s an honor to contribute to the growth of our community’s talent pool. Through this program, we aim to create lasting connections that drive success for both mentors and mentees.”
The Mentorship Program is open to professionals in Southeast Texas, providing a structured platform for meaningful mentorship relationships to flourish. This initiative aligns with the Chamber’s commitment to cultivating a thriving business community and supporting the next generation of leaders.
For more information on the Greater Beaumont Chamber of Commerce Mentorship Program, please visit www.bmtcoc.org or email Chris Partin at email@example.com.
The Greater Beaumont Chamber of Commerce, a 501(c)(6) serves its members and community as the voice of business, a convener for leaders of influence, it is a champion for a strong and vibrant community and provides opportunities for the business community to connect and grow. The Chamber collaborates with city and county-wide organizations and align local chambers to advocate for issues for the greater good.