• Leadership Monterey Peninsula Opens Applications

    Leadership Monterey Peninsula (LMP) is now accepting applications for our 10-month leadership training program.

    Our comprehensive, exciting and fast-paced 10-month program for adults meets monthly beginning in September 2015 and concludes in June 2016 to train informed and skilled leaders to help make a positive difference in our community. Participants in the program will increase their leadership abilities and knowledge of important issues by meeting with the community’s “movers and shakers”, interacting with a prestigious group of individuals and building strong personal and professional alliances within the community.

    Through site visits, expert speakers and leadership skills training, participants prepare to serve on nonprofit organization boards, public office, civic boards and commissions,, along with participation in a wide variety of business, community and neighborhood groups.

    Applicants are expected to have a high level of interest in their community, and to attend the schedule of sessions. Applications will be accepted through June 30. To request more information, or an application packet, please call Karen in the LMP office at (831) 649-8252 or e-mail: info@leadershipmonterey.org.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on May 29, 2015

    Topics: Front PG News

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