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Community Leadership Program

University of Redlands to Offer Community Leadership Program

Co-sponsored by the Inland Empire Hispanic Leadership Council

REDLANDS, March 19, 2013– Promising community leaders have been invited to participate in a Community Leadership Program sponsored by the University of Redlands School of Continuing Studies and the Inland Empire Hispanic Leadership Council. The seven-week program starts on March 21, 2013 and it will take place at the campus of University of Redlands . The program will include interactive sessions about leadership, building communities, conflict management, leadership ethics, local government and opportunities for leadership among others.

The instructors for this program include Dr. James Appleton, president emeritus, University of Redlands; Pete Aguilar, mayor, City of Redlands; University of Redlands faculty members Dr. Renee Van Vechten, associate professor of government and Dr. Keith Osajima, professor of race and ethnic studies.

“The Community Leadership program has served as an excellent partnership between the University of Redlands and the Inland Empire Hispanic Leadership Council. We are excited for this opportunity to serve various nonprofits throughout Redlands and the region,” said Appleton.

Local non-profit leaders interested in participating in this program should contact Info-scs@redlands.edu or call (909) 748-8868. A nominal fee of $95 covers tuition and all materials. Scholarships are available.

WHAT: Community Leadership Program

WHO: University of Redlands Faculty, former administrators and community leaders

WHEN: Seven week program. Thursdays, March 21- May 2, 2013

WHERE: University of Redlands, 1200 E. Colton Avenue, Redlands 92373

For more information contact: Info-scs@redlands.edu or 909-748-8868

Program Contact:
Eric Blum
eric_blum@redlands.edu
909-748-8863


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