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Learn to lead in young adult program


Leadership Snohomish County is currently accepting applications for the Leadership Challenge Program for Young Adults. This program is designed for motivated adults, ages 21 to 27, who want to make a difference and develop their abilities as leaders.

The Leadership Challenge program is open to people who live or work in Snohomish County. It is a hands-on program that includes an immersion project to benefit a local non-profit organization.

Participants in the interactive education program meet once a month for six months and spend 50 to 60 hours in a leadership project for a non-profit organization. The monthly meetings offer opportunities to learn about a leadership topic and discuss how it applies to the chosen immersion project.

A four-hour training session about community Board of Director membership is also included as part of the educational experience to help participants learn more about boards and how to serve effectively.

The Leadership Challenge Program is a highly selective opportunity, offered once each year. Applications are being accepted now through July 31, 2010, and the program begins October 1, 2010.

Applications are available on the LSC Web site at


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