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Leading For Change Fellowship

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Eight Month Part-Time Leadership Development Program
Eight months of intensive training is only part of what this Fellowship is about! The networking and connections that come along with it will not only open new doors for you but create a support system that continues long after the Fellowship has ended.

The Leading For Change Fellowship is designed to bring together a diverse group of organizational leaders, community organizers, activists, future candidates and elected officials. This Fellowship takes what you know and have experienced, and provides the environment for you to reflect critically and discover new ways to effectively lead and influence positive community change.

Fellowship Components

  • Five Weekend Workshops across a span of eight months beginning in August, 2014 and ending in March, 2015.
    • August 16 & 17; October 11 & 12; December 6 & 7; February 7 & 8; March 28 & 29
  • Individual and Small Group Coaching
  • Peer Coaching
  • Assigned Mentors
  • Networking with Community and Political Leaders
  • Optional Issue-based and Skill-based Salons

Workshop Content
Our curriculum is designed and delivered by expert trainers who utilize adult learning principles for greater impact. Because adults learn best by doing, we emphasize interactive activities and experiential learning within our workshops. Approximately 70% of all trainings are interactive to enable multiple perspectives to be presented.

Topics Include

  • Vision and Values
  • Collaboration and Coalition Building
  • Issues Impacting Our Communities
  • Message Development and Delivery
  • Strategic Thinking
  • Grassroots Power
  • Fundraising for Change
  • and more!
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