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March 20, 2023 | Week 12

Vista Chamber Updates

2023 Meet the Leaders

Don't miss out on the opportunity to hear from the elected officials that represent Vista in the city, state, and federal levels.

Get your tickets now!

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Rising Star Students of the Month

Congratulations to our March Rising Star Students!

Harmanpreet Singh - Guajome Park Academy

Spencer Ferrell - Vista Visions Academy

Karla Martinez - Rancho Buena Vista High

Abigail Luna - Vista Visions Academy

Anthony Ramirez - Alta Vista High School

Michelle Aguilar - Vista High School

Cedar Petitt - Mission Vista High School

Rising Star students wow us every month with their stories of resilience, dedication, bravery, kindness, and creativity. Learn how you can help impact these students lives by contacting

Become Frontline Friendly Certified

Frontline Friendly certification is the key to highlighting and building pride in your workplace. In today’s job market, frontline employees (e.g., restaurant, hospitality, warehouse, manufacturing and retail workers) are looking for companies that offer more than just pay. Benefits, perks, and most of all an exceptional work environment make the difference.

Learn more about how to become Frontline Friendly certified here.

Career Super Highway Program at VUSD Relaunches

Often times students find themselves questioning what they're good at, how they can make a difference, and if a 4-year university is the correct path for them.

For this reason the Vista Unified School District has created a program to help students explore other options. Learn more about this program on the Spring issue of Vista Magazine here.

Vista Chamber Events

Lunch Mob - March 22

Don't pack your lunch today, join us at Wildwood Crossing and Cantina for Lunch Mob!

Enjoy their delicious food while you catch up with other professionals in the community and make new connections. Don't forget to bring your business cards!


Business & Community Resources

San Diego Gives Scholarship

Early, discounted registration for nonprofits is extended through March 31, 2023. Fees are on a sliding scale according to the organization’s annual budget, $25-$200. Scholarship funds are available. We don't want $ to be a barrier to participate in San Diego Gives. Find more information here.

RBV Community Forum to Kick-Off National Alcohol and Drug Facts Week

Join RBV's Public Policy in the Morris B. Vance Community room at the Vista Civic Center. They will have speaker testimonies, resources, Q&A, and snacks and beverages. Learn more about the event here.

Free Tax Preparation Program

Did you make less than $60,000 in 2022?

You may be eligible to have one of MAAC's IRS-certified volunteers prepare your income tax returns at no cost to you. Their Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) team is available on Saturdays from 9 am to 5 pm at MAAC's North Campus, 956 Vale Terrace Drive. Call 211 to make an appointment and visit their website here for more information.

Youth Opportunity Pass

Anyone 18 and under can now ride transit for free through the SANDAG Youth Opportunity Pass pilot program. Use these three easy steps to get unlimited rides on the bus, Trolley, COASTER, and SPRINTER through June 30, 2024. Find more information here.

Community Events

GoBeRewarded Lunch & Learn

When: Tuesday, March 21 | 11:00am - 12:00pm

Where: GoBeRewarded Marketing Agency | 249 S Indiana Ave.

Girls Night Out at Vista's Broadway Theater

When: Thursday, March 23; Friday, March 24; Saturday March 25; Sunday, March 26 | Visit website for showtimes.

Where: Vista Broadway Theater | 340 E Broadway, Vista

Vista Farmers Market

When: Every Saturday of the month | 8:00am - 12:00pm

Where: Vista Courthouse | 325 S Melrose Dr. Ste. 300

Vista Chamber of Commerce

170 Eucalyptus Ave., Ste. 115

(760) 726-1122

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