This sample contains information about Leadership Fayette's 2018 program. Started by the Fayette Chamber of Commerce in 1980, Leadership Fayette strives to empower and encourage a diverse group of existing and emerging leaders that are prepared and committed to serving Fayette County. See also their Leadership Fayette Class of 2018 Application Form.
This evaluation survey from Leadership Fayette's August 2017 Orientation Retreat and was used to gather feedback on the activities during their retreat to help shape future orientation sessions for their Leadership Program. See also their Leadership Fayette 2017 Orientation Retreat Agenda.
This Orientation Retreat Agenda from Leadership Fayette's August 2017 session describes the activities and objectives for the retreat. The agenda also includes their Program sponsors. See also their Leadership Fayette 2017 Orientation Retreat Evaluation survey.
This Agenda for the Education Day Session from Leadership Fayette's 2017 series describes the activities and objectives for the session. The agenda also includes their Program sponsors.
This blog post describes the Swiss apprenticeship system, which was the focus of a 10-day intensive Summer Institute attended by Jobs for the Future and the Vail Valley Partnership.
The Little Rock Regional Chamber and North Little Rock Chamber supported a college affordability agreement between University of Arkansas Pulaski Technical College and University of Arkansas at Little Rock. The agreement, called Metro 2 + 2 Degree, makes it possible for residents to receive an affordable bachelor's degree through a streamlined transfer process.
Charleston Metro Chamber, in partnership with Trident Technical College, held their annual Youth Apprenticeship Signing Day. During the event, 59 students were celebrated as they signed employment letters to become apprentices with Charleston-area businesses.
This program synopsis, part of the Chamber of the Year application (Effingham was a 2017 CoY Finalist), provides an in-depth look into creating a workforce development strategic plan.
Application form for the 44th class of Leadership Greenville, a 10-month leadership development program designed to help develop informed, committed, and qualified leaders for Greenville County.