Neighborhood Leadership Academy Now Accepting Enrollment for the Fall 2017 Session!

Posted by Anne McCullough on July 17, 2017 | Comments Off on Neighborhood Leadership Academy Now Accepting Enrollment for the Fall 2017 Session!

 

More than 270 leaders from throughout the St. Louis region have participated in the Neighborhood Leadership Academy, learning the skills and building the networks to strengthen and engage neighborhoods. The Academy provides hands-on leadership training that emphasizes community building principles, organizational leadership and management practices, and personal leadership skills.
10 sessions, September 5 through November 14, 2017
Academy sessions are held on select Tuesdays and Saturdays
Each year the NLA brings together a diverse group of current or potential neighborhood leaders who are actively involved in their neighborhoods and represent communities from throughout the St. Louis region. Academy participants may be municipal elected officials, neighborhood association members, community-based organization staff, or resident volunteers.

Registration now open! Click here to register.
Click here to see the Academy schedule and session topics and read about NLA alum.

For more information, visit http://cwc.umsl.edu/nla/
or call Claire Wolff at (314) 516-6392


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