Leadership Hendricks County accepting applications for 2016 class

Leadership Hendricks County is currently accepting applications for the Class of 2016. Anyone interested in developing his or her leadership skills, or simply learning more about leadership and what it means to the community, is invited to apply.

A new class of approximately 25 participants is selected each year. The 2016 class will be the program’s 24th. In January, they’ll participate in an overnight opening retreat, at which they learn more about themselves, leadership styles, and the challenges facing the county. In addition, they will be assigned to a Team Capstone project that addresses a current community need.

Each month, they’ll meet for a full day as a group to learn more about a facet of life in Hendricks County. In November, they’ll convene for a closing retreat to review what they’ve learned and present their Team Capstone projects. Upon graduating, they’ll become part of an ever-growing network of leaders serving Hendricks County.

The program is open to people who live or work in Hendricks County. Anyone interested in applying or more information should visit www.leadershiphendrickscounty.org, call 317-718-6178 or send an email to SRozzi@leadershiphendrickscounty.org. Applications must be received by December 1st, and applicants who are selected for the Class of 2016 will be notified in mid-December.

Since 1993, Leadership Hendricks County has given citizens the background and inside information they need to take on effective leadership roles in the Hendricks County community. Leadership Hendricks County, Inc. is a not‐for‐profit organization, whose mission is to seek, prepare, involve and sustain leaders from diverse backgrounds to address community and countywide changes. For information, call 317‐718‐6178 or visit www.LeadershipHendricksCounty.org.

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