See the Chamber Calendar for this year's upcoming events schedule.


Signature Business Programs


hedera GC Interns Partnership

Carley Fletcher, Greenville Chamber of Commerce's 2013 Summer GC Intern

The Greenville Chamber of Commerce Internship Program places Greenville College students in Greenville Chamber of Commerce member businesses. The objective of the program is to provide high quality, local, academic internships for Greenville College students that are beneficial to Greenville College students and Greenville Chamber of Commerce members.
     The internships and co-op programs are designed to integrate academic learning with paid, planned, and supervised work experience. The goal is for students to gain relevant work experience while meeting the needs of the employer. Students may choose to work part or full-time during the academic year or summer session.
     Some academic departments require students to complete an internship/co-op related to their academic majors during the senior year. Students earn academic credit for internship and co-op work experiences. The Center for Career & Calling also coordinates the Illinois Cooperative Education Program grant which helps to fund co-op experiences for Illinois resident students who are placed with Illinois employers.

  How It Works:   (Please click PDF link below)

Greenville Chamber of Commerce Internship Program at GC,   View in PDF


  Internship Administration Documents

Greenville Chamber Employer Agreement
     Download in PDF   or in DOCX

Greenville Chamber Internship Final Evaluation
     Download in PDF   or in DOCX

hedera Work Fair

Work Fair

Each Spring, the Greenville Chamber of Commerce coordinates a free Work Fair for area job seekers. Businesses who are hiring (or may be hiring in the future) are welcome to set up an informational booth at no charge. We provide the table and chairs. You provide your own display. Local employers, state and federal agencies, colleges, and military recruiters will participate. Those attending can learn about job openings, hiring procedures, and skills required by local industry and businesses. A series of free workshops are offered throughout the afternoon. Attendees are encouraged to come dressed for success with resumes in hand.


hedera Business After Hours

Business After Hours - Drawing Door Prizes

Don't miss this opportunity to network with other business and community leaders. It's a come-and-go reception from 5-7pm the first Thursday of the month (excluding summer), hosted by a Chamber business (even yours!). This is your chance to not only promote your business but perhaps pick up a new customer. Win door prizes, pick up giveaways, eat great free food. Play the Chamber 50/50 drawing & other Chamber games. Never been to a Business After Hours? Why not join us this month? BAH is open to ALL Chamber members, spouses and other guests.


hedera Early Bird Speaker Series

Early Bird Inaugural Meeting - April 2015

Introduced in 2015, the "Early Bird" Member Mornings are the fourth Wednesday of every month (except June, July and August) at 7:30 a.m. at Adam Bros. Coffeehouse, 110 S. Second Street. The Early Bird will feature a speaker for 10 to 15 minutes and then time for Chamber members in attendance to share the latest news on their businesses. We'll be done by 8:30 a.m. allowing everyone time to get ready for the work day. Breakfast may be ordered from the Adam Bros. menu.

hedera Ribbon Cuttings

Ribbon Cuttings

The Greenville Chamber of Commerce conducts ribbon cuttings for new or relocated businesses or those that have undergone a major expansion/renovation. Chamber membership is not required to host a Ribbon Cutting.

hedera New Faces & Places

New Faces & Places

Each year the Greenville Chamber of Commerce showcases new businesses during the February "New Faces and Places" breakfast. The program is open to new businesses, those that have expanded or extensively remodeled, are under new ownership, or have new personnel in key positions. Chamber membership is not required for participating.

Signature Community Programs


hedera Gerald Turley Memorial Award

Gerald Turley Memorial Award

Created in 1994 to honor an outstanding Greenville citizen, the recipient must have demonstrated personal sacrifice, involvement, innovation, and community leadership to promote the success of Greenville. The award was named for Gerald Turley, a former mayor. Nominations are accepted in January/February and the program honoring the year's recipient takes place in April/May.


hedera Cardinals Baseball Lunch

Cardinals Baseball Lunch

The spring Cardinals Baseball Lunch, featuring an honored guest speaker with a connection to the St. Louis Cardinals baseball organization, is a community outreach program for the Chamber. While the Chamber's focus is supporting our business members, we also see great value in offering opportunities like this to the community.

hedera Holiday Decorating Contest

Holiday Decorating Contest

The Greenville Chamber of Commerce sponsors an annual Holiday Decorating Contest in December for homes and businesses. Displays are judged on a point system in the areas of workmanship, originality, use of color, neatness, and holiday spirit. First, second, and third place winners are awarded in each division and could receive cash prizes and gift certificates to local businesses.


hedera Greenville Grafitti Car Show

Greenville Grafitti Car Show 2015
Saturday of Father's Day weekend each June, The Greenville Graffiti Car Show - co-sponsored by Greenville Chamber of Commerce & Greenville Illinois Tourism - is a nostalgic day of classic cars, Hollywood stars, oldies music, and great food.
Follow this link to visit the Chamber's Official Greenville Graffiti Car Show page.



hedera Get In Touch

Chamber of Commerce
109 W. Main Greenville, IL 62246
Located inside the Bradford Community Building
1-844-404-9272 or 618-664-9272

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