From Culver City to Carson, Lynwood to Ladera Heights, leaders of nonprofit organizations serving residents of the 2nd Supervisorial District of Los Angeles are invited to apply for a series of free leadership workshops.
The deadline to apply has been extended to Friday, May 11.
Key issues to be addressed include fundraising, board effectiveness, civic engagement and financial accountability. In addition to a robust curriculum and intensive learning sessions, participants will be connected to a network of local experts and provided with tools, mentorship and an ongoing opportunity to share best practices and innovative strategies to better serve small to mid-size organizations.
Selected participants will receive:
- Monthly training workshops facilitated by field experts
- Peer learning opportunities
- Executive coaching
- Site visits to community organizations
- Guidance on completion of a program project
To learn more about the program and participation criteria, please click here.
The Second District Capacity Building and Leadership Development Program is supported by a collaborative partnership between Los Angeles County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas, California Community Foundation, Empowerment Congress, and Community Partners.
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