The Salt Lake Chamber has year-round programs that help our members learn more about their community and meet other business professionals. Click through to learn more about each specific program and feel free to contact us with any questions on how you can be involved.
Access Salt Lake
Access Salt Lake is a full-day leadership program designed to orient senior-level executives to the Salt Lake Area. The program provides a concise introduction to the metro area and is targeted at senior executives who are new to Utah, recently promoted, or committed to deepening their community connections. Participants will hear from community and business leaders as well as tour the city and specific locations of interest.
The Salt Lake Chamber Capitol Club is composed of business leaders with a keen interest of policy issues affecting Utah’s business community. The Capitol Club meets monthly to engage with policy and business leaders regarding the most pressing policy issues of the day.
Business & U
Education provides the business leaders of the future and at Business and U, you get a chance to learn from the experiences of some of the most successful graduates of the University of Utah David Eccles School of Business.
An intensive, educational program for high-level executives who are interested in assuming leadership roles in the community. Participants are introduced to critical issues and top decision-makers through a series of day-long sessions. Participant selection takes place in August. A registration fee is required.
Leadership Utah Alumni
Meets quarterly to address critical community issues, provide opportunities for members to network and offer opportunities for community involvement. Comprised of past graduates of the Salt Lake Chamber's Leadership Utah classes.
Building relationships between military installation units and Wasatch Front businesses by increasing awareness through briefings, tours, and the Salt Lake Military Salute Banquet.
Business Women's Forum
The Business Women’s forum is a networking group of the Salt Lake Chamber. The forum was established to celebrate the accomplishments of women and develop leadership skills among women business leaders. The forum provides professional growth opportunities for working women in management and women business owners.