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Leadership Jacksonville Accepting Nominations for Leadership Jacksonville Class of 2016

December 29th, 2014 · Leave a Comment

Leadership Jacksonville, an organization that develops youth and adult leaders in Northeast Florida, is accepting nominations for its adult Leadership Jacksonville (LJ) Class of 2016. The year-long program brings together more than 50 leaders from throughout the First Coast community to build relationships with other leaders, explore community issues and perspectives and work to become better community trustees.

To be considered for Leadership Jacksonville, applicants can be nominated by LJ alumni, the applicant’s employer or they may self-nominate. Candidates must complete an online application and may be invited for an interview. The selection is highly competitive, and an effort is made to select participants who represent a broad cross-section of the community.

“The adult leadership program of Leadership Jacksonville has been one of our organization’s signature programs since 1977. It is highly stimulating for participants in terms of community involvement, networking and outreach,” said Leadership Jacksonville Executive Director Jill Langford Dame. “Our graduates, who are already outstanding leaders, develop a better understanding of our area’s assets and issues and increase their commitment to make a positive difference in Northeast Florida. They often refer to their time in the Leadership Jacksonville program as ‘life-changing.’”

The Leadership Jacksonville Class of 2016 program will begin in August 2015 and continue through May 2016, and includes nine program days and two weekend retreats. Nominations are open through January 9, 2015.

To learn more about Leadership Jacksonville and its programs, visit www.leadershipjax.org or call (904) 396-6263.

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