Leadership Institute

Warren County Leadership Institute

The Warren County Leadership Institute (WCLI), formed in 1993, is affiliated with the Warren County Economic Development Corporation (WCEDC) and is an integral part of fulfilling WCEDC's mission. The Institute's primary objective is to train and inform leaders so they can create the best future for themselves, their families, their communities, and their county.

Each year WCLI includes eight informative and interactive class sessions, a bus tour of Warren County, a class project that benefits the county and ends with a graduation ceremony. WCLI is a great way to network and meet other emerging leaders in an around the Warren County Area. Participants will gain important leadership skills and learn about Warren County and its communities. The class schedule features expert facilitators devoted to one or a few specific topics at each class session.

The 2018 Institute is set to begin January 11th, 2018. Applications will be accepted until Friday, December 1st, 2017. Tuition, Schedule and Application can be found in the links below. If you have any questions please contact Rachel Gocken in the WCEDC office at 515-961-1067.

2018 Schedule & Tuition Information

2018 APPLICATION*

*You must save a blank copy of the application to your computer before you fill out the application or your information will not be saved.

The Warren County Leadership Institute (WCLI), formed in 1993, is affiliated with the Warren County Economic Development Corporation (WCEDC) and is an integral part of fulfilling WCEDC's mission. The Institute's primary objective is to train and inform leaders so they can create the best future for themselves, their families, their communities, and their county.

WCLI begins in January of each year and includes an orientation night, eight informative and interactive class sessions, a bus tour of Warren County, a class project that benefits the county and ends with a graduation ceremony in April. WCLI is a great way to network and meet other emerging leaders in an around the Warren County Area. Participants will gain important leadership skills and learn about Warren County and its communities. The class schedule features expert facilitators devoted to one or a few specific topics at each session.

Applications for the leadership institute are accepted in the fall of each year. To apply read the 2014 WCLI Information then complete and submit the application. For more information on the Warren County Leadership Institute contact [email protected] or 515-961-1067

- See more at: http://wcedc.slashwebstudios.com/leadership-institute/about.html#sthash.19QeDS9J.dpuf

 

The Warren County Leadership Institute (WCLI), formed in 1993, is affiliated with the Warren County Economic Development Corporation (WCEDC) and is an integral part of fulfilling WCEDC's mission. The Institute's primary objective is to train and inform leaders so they can create the best future for themselves, their families, their communities, and their county.

WCLI begins in January of each year and includes an orientation night, eight informative and interactive class sessions, a bus tour of Warren County, a class project that benefits the county and ends with a graduation ceremony in April. WCLI is a great way to network and meet other emerging leaders in an around the Warren County Area. Participants will gain important leadership skills and learn about Warren County and its communities. The class schedule features expert facilitators devoted to one or a few specific topics at each session.

Applications for the leadership institute are accepted in the fall of each year. To apply read the 2014 WCLI Information then complete and submit the application. For more information on the Warren County Leadership Institute contact [email protected] or 515-961-1067

- See more at: http://wcedc.slashwebstudios.com/leadership-institute/about.html#sthash.19QeDS9J.dpuf

The Warren County Leadership Institute (WCLI), formed in 1993, is affiliated with the Warren County Economic Development Corporation (WCEDC) and is an integral part of fulfilling WCEDC's mission. The Institute's primary objective is to train and inform leaders so they can create the best future for themselves, their families, their communities, and their county.

WCLI begins in January of each year and includes an orientation night, eight informative and interactive class sessions, a bus tour of Warren County, a class project that benefits the county and ends with a graduation ceremony in April. WCLI is a great way to network and meet other emerging leaders in an around the Warren County Area. Participants will gain important leadership skills and learn about Warren County and its communities. The class schedule features expert facilitators devoted to one or a few specific topics at each session.

Applications for the leadership institute are accepted in the fall of each year. To apply read the 2014 WCLI Information then complete and submit the application. For more information on the Warren County Leadership Institute contact [email protected] or 515-961-1067

- See more at: http://wcedc.slashwebstudios.com/leadership-institute/about.html#sthash.19QeDS9J.dpufWarren County Leadership Institut