FRANKFORT, Ky. — Leadership Kentucky, one of the oldest and most prestigious statewide leadership development programs in the United States, is now accepting applications for the Elevate Kentucky Class of 2022.
Elevate Kentucky is a three-session program that offers young professionals (average age 25-35) in-depth personal and professional development while fostering a better understanding of the strengths and challenges facing the commonwealth. Elevate participants return to their companies with increased skills, knowledge, perspective and a new statewide professional network. The program aims to ensure young leaders are better prepared to be catalysts of change and growth in their companies and communities.
During each three-day session, class members will hear from thought-provoking Kentucky leaders, learn about issues and opportunities facing our state, and self-assess and gain insights about their personal leadership abilities. Participants will attend panel discussions, participate in experiential learning opportunities and gain increased regional and statewide perspective while visiting different regions in Kentucky. Sessions will be held in Owensboro, Central Kentucky and Eastern Kentucky and will run April through June.
Applications for the Class of 2022 will be available online until Nov. 30 at leadershipky.org.
Leadership Kentucky, created in 1984 as a non-profit educational organization, brings together a selected group of people who possess a broad variety of leadership abilities, career accomplishments and volunteer activities to gain insight into complex issues facing the state. Its goal is to prepare our participants to take an active role in advancing the state for the common good. By fostering understanding of how the state’s issues are interconnected and by forging new relationships among community and regional leaders, Leadership Kentucky graduates bring a fresh and informed perspective to their communities and companies, serving as important participants in the unified effort to shape Kentucky’s future.
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