Leadership Marshall County Accepting Applications for Class XXII

Leadership Marshall County organizers are accepting applications for Class XXII (Twenty-two). Leadership Marshall County (LMC) is a program dedicated to cultivating today’s leaders to serve tomorrow’s community by building a solid foundation of informed, action-oriented employees and citizens. Participants gain valuable exposure to community leaders, programs and service initiatives. Involvement in group projects encourages further investigation into long-term community goals, strategies and planning objectives. The program is designed to expand networks in both public and private sectors and improve communication among leaders.

Sessions are generally held one afternoon per month for nine months starting in September. Topics covered in this series include Marshall County government, agriculture, education, economic development, arts, tourism, health and human services and criminal justice. To date, over 300 community leaders have participated. Join the ranks! For more information, contact the Marshall County Community Foundation office at 574-935-5159 or click here to download or fill out the online application. This program is sponsored by the Marshall County Community Foundation and the United Way of Marshall County.

“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” 
-John Quincy Adams