Leadership Centre County and
present their Transformational Leader Seminar Series for 2013-2014:
Enhancing Your Ability to Lead
with Paul Hilt, Hilt & Associates
TUESDAY JANUARY 7, 2014
Centre Life Link EMS Building
125 Puddintown Road
1:30 PM to 5:30 PM
Leveraging Your Top Strengths: Discover Ways To Boost Your Impact in Your Work
Learn how by understanding your top strengths, you can improve your performance, contribute more while working on teams, and develop the self-knowledge fundamental to being a more effective leader. Over 5,000 individuals have experienced this workshop and found value based on new insights into themselves. Whether you are just starting your first job or are well into your career, this engaging, hands-on workshop will offer you immediate practical value.
Registration for this seminar is $55 and open to the public.
You will need to purchase Strengths Finder 2.0 by Tom Rath and take the online assessment before the workshop.
For More Information and Register CLICK HERE
Strategic Development of Your Fundraising Plan
With Sophie Penney, LCC 2012 and Director of Development, Foxdale Village
Tuesday February 11, 2014
Ferguson Township Community Room, 3147 Research Drive, State College
Starting a nonprofit or trying to move one to the next level? As with any business plan, a key ingredient is identifying financial needs and sources of funding. So, too, a nonprofit must develop a funding plan, including a fundraising or development plan. Come learn about how you and your organization can harness the power of the “five I’s” to outline a development plan that enables your organization achieve its mission-based goals and objectives.
Registration Fee: $15, Public is Welcome to Attend. For More Information and to Register, CLICK HERE
Understanding Your Organization's 990
April 28, 2014
5:15 to 7:00 PM
Centre LifeLink EMS Building
125 Puddintown Road
Want to learn more about your organization's 990? Cheri Freeh, CPA and Principal, Hutchinson, Gillahan & Freeh, P.C. and Mr. Michael Brand, LCC '99 and Program Manager, Erie Foundation, will walk us through the 990 IRS Tax Form, and will drill down into the elements of the form to answer your questions.
Registration Fee: $15, Public is Welcome to Attend. For More Information and to Register CLICK HERE.
Back by Popular Demand! Presenting Michael Kumer
Firday May 9, 2014
1 to 3:00 PM
Schlow Centre Region Library
This workshop will feature Mr. Michael Kumer, the Principal of Boards Made to Order, a boutique consulting firm that helps community boards attain excellence in all areas of governance, including strategic planning, board member recruitment, and effective board structures. As an exceptional facilitator, Michael is often called upon to help organizations achieve consensus.
This workshop partially underwritten by Schlow Centre Region Library
The cost is $15 and the public is welcome to attend! For More Information and to Register CLICK HERE
Curriculum Partners for this series include the Leadership Centre County Alumni Relations Committee, the Center for Arts, Social Services and Education (CASE) and the Centre County Council for Human Services (CCCHS)
The LCC Annual Luncheon is Near!
This year's event will be held at the Ramada Inn. Join us to catch up on LCC, learn about the Class of 2013’s special project, and best of all – have some fun networking with fellow alumni and new class members on January 8th, 11:45 to 1:00 PM.
The cost is $20.
For more information and to register Click Here!
Sponsored by McQuaide Blasko and Rex Energy.
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What exactly is Leadership Centre County?
Leadership Centre County is an educational program whose intent is to develop community leadership potential in emerging and existing leaders throughout the county. Through a succession of 11 program days, class participants are exposed to the various aspects of the community to include history, health and human services, governance, economy, environment, education, and the arts. In addition, throuhgout the program there is the opportunity to cultivate communication skills and dialogue with community leaders.
Tell me again why people want to join LCC?
Candidates for class participation are concerned about the future. The future of their neighborhoods, their schools, their environment, their community planning and infrastructure and the quality of life in Centre County. They are interested in learning more about the history of the region and how to best leave a lasting legacy. They want involvement – but don't yet know how best to do that. Leadership Centre County is a key learning experience enabling them to make an informed choice.
National CLA Distinguished Leadership Award
Community Leadership Association Distinguished Leader Award
Community Service Award
The Ron S. Haring Award
The Robert D. Ricketts Award
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LCC'S 2013 ANNUAL REPORT