The members of LNC Class XXIV are just two sessions away from wrapping up the 2016-2017 program year. This diverse group of 55 leaders from across the state first came together for their Orientation session in Boone in October. They formed quick connections and were immediately engaged when they reconvened in Raleigh for their November Government session. Highlights of that session included a tRead More
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The application period for Leadership North Carolina Class XXV (2017 – 2018) opens May 17, 2017, and closes June 30, 2017. For more information and to complete the interest form to receive updates, visit the Apply page.
WHAT IS LEADERSHIP NORTH CAROLINA?
Leadership North Carolina is an independent, nonpartisan 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that engages current and emerging leaders from across the state through the Leadership North Carolina Program and ongoing networking and service opportunities.
Leadership North Carolina’s mission is to inform, develop, and engage committed leaders by broadening their understanding of and involvement in issues and opportunities facing the state.
Each year LNC recruits committed individuals interested in learning more about their state and connecting with fellow leaders. Through innovative programming, LNC teaches these engaged citizens about the challenges and opportunities facing North Carolina and offers tools to turn their knowledge into action for the benefit of the state.
LNC promotes ongoing networking and education among alumni and current program participants through its monthly Lunch and Learn series, service opportunities within the Red Thread project, and the annual LNC Forum.
Are you interested in learning about challenges and opportunities in North Carolina while building connections with leaders from across the state? Do you know someone who would be an excellent LNC candidate? The LNC recruitment committee is working hard to build the next great class of North Carolina leaders, and they need your help.
LNC provides a unique opportunity to learn more about the sRead More
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