Verde Valley News – Verde Valley Leadership is now accepting applications for Class XVII. The experiential leadership training program partners with Yavapai College and a vast network of community leaders to provide leadership and career development training. Both working professionals and advanced collegiate students are encouraged to apply.
Verde Valley Leadership provides a comprehensive leadership program with professional and personal growth and advancement opportunities. The class meets monthly at Yavapai College and works through a curriculum specifically designed to enhance leadership capacities and management skills. Each student is also involved in shadow days with community leaders, a day of service, mentorship guidance, and group field trips to Verde Valley’s most successful and impactful organizations. The exposure to current community issues and intimate discussions on how the community’s leaders are addressing those issues is a hallmark of the program.
The organization is seeking individuals for Class XVII who demonstrate the skills and interest to work toward the best possible environment for families, businesses, nonprofit organizations, government, and other systems that nurture strength within communities. Verde Valley Leadership provides the most effective organizational support possible in these pursuits.
“We’ve seen graduates of this class go on to open and scale successful businesses, advance dramatically in their corporate careers, become more impactful public servants, and demonstrate more effective leadership in our community,” says Brandon Echols, Verde Valley Leadership Board President. “This is a truly unique opportunity for aspiring leaders to learn and network with our community’s leadership.”
The organization will only accept 15 students to Class XVII. Applications are now open and will close on January 26th. The $1,200 tuition includes access to an exclusive network that will last a lifetime, as well as three credits of college tuition and all class materials.
Interested applicants should visit vvleadership.org for more information and to apply.