|AWC seeking class members|
|Written by Administrator|
|Wednesday, 13 August 2014 06:41|
Awareness Washington County (AWC) is currently accepting applications for the 2015 class, according to co-directors Marji Morris and Debbie Mildenburger.
The class trains a core group of leaders each year, equipping them with leadership skills that they can use in all of their spheres of influence: civic organizations, family, service clubs, business, and church.
The directors actively seek present and potential leaders in the community. Class sessions help class members identify and develop their own skills so they can better serve themselves and Washington County. The directors bring together diverse community members, teach new leadership capacities, and provide the class members with opportunities to use their skills and explore the community.
Morris stated, “AWC’s goal is to empower the class members and to send them out into the community as catalysts of change, thus making Washington County a “leader-full” place.”
Mildenburger noted that “Being in the Awareness class allows you to meet and network with new people and learn a lot about leadership, the community, and yourself.”
Awareness Washington County is a 9-month not-for-profit leadership development program. It begins with a two day overnight retreat the end of September and meets one day a month after that until May.
Anyone interested in joining or in getting more information should call Morris at 812-883-6760 or Mildenburger at 812-786-2016.
Membership is open to anyone who lives or works in Washington County.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 August 2014 06:42|