Homework Before Public Safety Day began, the LFC Class of 2016 was tasked with a homework assignment: Complete a ride along or tour the detention center. Some participants rode with medics, the Sheriff’s department, and the fire department, while others went to the court house and the detention center. Whether it was responding to a potential cardiac arrest and a […]
Discover Leadership Frederick County Learn more about the program, enrollment dates, and opportunities to get involved. LFC is a program of the Frederick County Chamber of Commerce.
Chamber members are among the most active people in our community. Together, we drive progress, support business, set agendas, and improve quality of life. Businesses of all sizes and from all industries participate in our chamber because our members support, inspire, educate, and empower each other. There’s no such thing as a typical chamber member. […]
Why Frederick? The Class of 2016 set out for Economic Development Day with the goal of understanding why Frederick is a great place to do business. We started the day at Frederick City Hall where Mayor Randy McClement discussed his philosophy of “Finding a Way to Say Yes” and the “Zero-Balance Budget”. Richard Griffin(2010), Frederick […]
Five years, one mission Generation Connect was created to help young professionals find success in their career, provide educational and social opportunities, and to give back to the community. What started as an idea has become one of the most success programs for young professionals in Frederick County. On November 18, 2015 we celebrated our five year anniversary […]