September 13th, 2021
Leadership Garrett County seeking future leaders
Program entering fifth year; class begins on September 23rd
Garrett College Continuing Education & Workforce Development is currently accepting applications for the next class of future leaders. The program is now entering its fifth year, with the first class scheduled to begin on September 23rd.
Leadership Garrett County is developed and managed by Garrett College in partnership with the Garrett County Department of Business Development. Classes will be held once a month from September 23rd, 2021 through April 7th, 2022 (with the exception of December) from 9 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.
Although Leadership Garrett County is open to anyone, organizers for this year's class are seeking individuals of the community and surrounding area that demonstrate potential qualities and aptitude among future leaders.
Members of this year's class will have the opportunity to meet and hear from local dignitaries, travel to and learn about local institutions and organizations, and participate in lectures and network with other emerging leaders in the class.
Participants will gain first-hand knowledge of the many industries in the county, including education, government, manufacturing. and tourism.
The ultimate goal of the program is for graduates to emerge as more informed, connected and effective managers, leaders and citizens, to ensure a bright future for Garrett County as the next generation of leaders in the county.
"Leadership Garrett County is dedicated to providing positive change by creating a network of future leaders that will impact the community in which they live, work and play,” stated Jodi McClintock, director of the program and business solutions at Garrett College.
Any organization wishing to sponsor an employee, or any individual wishing to apply, or inquire about a scholarship for the program should contact Jodi McClintock at Garrett College, at 301-387-3084 or email@example.com.