Kaylee Tracy, the Chamber’s Legislative and Workforce Development Intern, concluded her work for the Chamber on Friday, September 7. Throughout her time here, she worked on a variety of projects such as cataloging over 100 regional and local workforce programs, providing support to workforce and legislative events, and writing several of the advocacy blogs for the Business Advocacy Initiative.
Kaylee began her work for the Chamber in September 2017 during her senior year at UW-Eau Claire. After graduating in May in Political Science and Organizational Communication, she stayed on and worked full time through the summer primarily to port several workforce-related initiatives. Among her most significant contributions was working on employer outreach for Inspire Connections, the online program that connects employers with local 6-12th grade students.
Kaylee has accepted a position with ReachGlobal to do refugee ministry in Berlin, Germany for two years. Kaylee’s ministry in Berlin will be primarily focused on coming alongside refugees – a people group that is processing through the loss of their homes and family members, and looking for a new hope and sense of identity. If you would like to hear more or consider becoming a partner to this ministry, email Kaylee for more information at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted by: Scott Rogers, Governmental Affairs & Workforce Director
Eau Claire Chamber
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