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‘New’ Leadership Training Class Launches In January

November 20th, 2019

Another Leadership Potter County class will begin its yearlong journey in January. LPC supports the growth of future leaders with a focus on leadership skills and a greater awareness of local assets, opportunities and issues. After a 10-year run of training, organizers of this unique learning opportunity have revised the curriculum to create an even more engaging and relevant program that allows Potter County residents to learn about themselves, participate in collaborative experiences and engage in opportunities to become more civic-minded.

Every day we are presented with opportunities to have an impact on the communities where we live and work. Whether it’s coaching youth activities, serving on a non-profit board, or being part of an organization or committee, one of the most critical needs in the county is strong leadership. LPC 2020 will help participants expand their personal leadership skills, introduce them to key issues facing the region, and provide them with an understanding of future trends that may impact their community. Over the course of 12 months, LPC 2020 will cover topics such as local government, health care, education, culture, tourism, economic development, emergency services, and much more. Additionally, program participants benefit from meeting, networking and forming relationships. To receive the $50 early bird discount, apply by Dec. 6. Afterwards, tuition of $575. Many class members have traditionally be sponsored by their employers or others. For more information , call the Potter County Education Council at (814) 274-4877 or email jmorley@pcedcouncil.org.

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