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Membership is open to Cobb Chamber members who are executives in the following categories:
- Executive Management (Must manage a budget and/or team)
Professional Occupations (Licensed Professional such as an M.D., C.P.A., or J.D. as determined and verified by the Professional Board in Georgia for that particular field.)
- Business Owners (To qualify, applicant must be registered with the secretary of state and have a valid business license.)
- Professional Occupation wherein employment responsibilities include significant company-wide impact in the areas of sales, marketing and/or substantial financial responsibility and are coupled with significant community contributions as reflected on prospective member’s application.
Elected or Appointed Officials.
Prospective members must be sponsored by a current member of CEW and are required to complete a membership application, which is subject to review and approval by the CEW Steering Committee. All applicants must meet established criteria for membership with an evaluation based on current responsibilities (including managing a budget and/or other staff) as well as demonstrated leadership in the community.
Members are encouraged to bring guests who qualify as potential members. A guest is invited to attend no more than two meetings to be sponsored by a CEW member before applying.
If accepted as a member after July, dues are pro-rated. An invoice for the following year's dues and change form for member's information will be sent in January of each year.
Dues Structure: $25 Initiation Fee for All New Members;
$125 Annual Dues
Membership in the organization is individual and not corporate, and therefore is non-transferable.
Thank you for your interest in CEW membership. Our next application review will take place in early November. We look forward to connecting with you at that time.
Please feel free to contact Rebecca Chadwick (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions or would like to be added to an interest list and receive membership application updates.
Licensed Professional (i.e. legal or medical)
Elected or Appointed Official
Professional Occupation with Community Impact
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