Leadership Centre County and
present their Transformational Leader Seminar Series for 2013-2014:
Back by Popular Demand! Presenting Michael Kumer
What do great boards (and board members) do?
Friday 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)
Join us to celebrate the Class of 2014 on Wednesday, June 4th at the Nittany Lion Inn. Networking Reception begins at 5:30 PM, followed by a Live Auction, dinner and the Graduation Celebration. REGISTER TODAY!
1. Keep your information updated for the LCC Directory. It's easy, click here to update:
2. Place a link to the LCC website to your corporate website
3. Volunteer! Lend your talents to an LCC committee or sub-committee.
4. Introduce an esteemed friend or colleague to all that LCC has to offer by inviting them to an LCC event.
5. Support LCC by attending the annual Graduation Dinner and Fundraiser and bring friends.
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
NOMINATE SOMEONE TODAY
simply click here and fill out the nomination form today!
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Each prize minimum value is $250!!!
Raffle tickets cost $20.
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LCC'S 2013 ANNUAL REPORT