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Leadership Los Alamos was founded in 2003 with the recognition that the future of Los Alamos is directly dependent upon the quality and contributions of its leaders.
The LLA program offers an education that makes participants more effective leaders with a deeper knowledge of the challenges and opportunities facing our community.
The LLA Board of Directors is now accepting applications for the class of 2013-14. They cordially invite you to apply and become a part of their vision:
“Leadership Los Alamos identifies, enlightens and encourages leaders of diverse backgrounds, occupations and cultures for the purpose of broadening the understanding of our community and enhancing the quality of leadership.”
In 2013, the LLA program will offer an exciting updated curriculum, new alumni continuing education and social/networking activities and a greater focus on leadership skills training. The program is nine months in duration beginning with a leadership orientation and retreat, followed by one full-day educational session per month. Program session topics include:
• Cultural issues
• Economic development
• Local government
• Nonprofit/community organizations
The program is open to anyone who lives or works in Los Alamos. Participants are selected with the goal representing of a cross-section of the community from public, private, and nonprofit sectors. The following organizations are just a few of the places where LLA graduates can be found:
• Los Alamos County (police, fire, staff and administration, county council);
• Los Alamos National Bank
• Los Alamos National Laboratory,
• Bandelier National Monument
• State Farm Insurance
• The Family YMCA
• Los Alamos Medical Center
• RE/MAX of Los Alamos
• Stewart Title
• The Finishing Touch
• The University of New Mexico —
• Los Alamos Public Schools
• Pet Pangaea
• Los Alamos Commerce and
• Ruby K’s
• LosAlamos Schools Credit Union
• KRSN Radio J
• Juvenile Justice Advisory Board
• Family Strengths Network
Leadership Los Alamos graduates report that the knowledge and skills they gained from the program has enhanced the quality of their lives on personal and professional levels.
The program has motivated them to begin or increase their level of community involvement and civic activity.
Be part of a tradition, and help lead the future of Los Alamos by applying for the program at leadershiplosalamos.com.