Recruiting Continues for Participants to the GALEO Institute for Leadership Class of 2015: Deadline is approaching on February 11th

Recruiting Continues for Participants to the GALEO Institute for Leadership Class of 2015
Deadline is approaching on February 11th

For Immediate Release

Media Contact:  Jerry Gonzalez, jerry@galeo.org, 404.745.2580

Program Coordinator Contact: Samuel Aguilar, samuel@galeo.org, 404.745.2546

 

January 26, 2015 (ATLANTA, GA) – GALEO & the GALEO Latino Community Development Fund continue accepting online applications for the GALEO Institute for Leadership, Class of 2015.


As part of the GALEO Institute for Leadership, we have continued our strategic partnership with the University of Georgia’s Fanning Institute to expand and develop our joint efforts for the Community Leadership Program.

 

The seminars are open to all persons, regardless of their racial or ethnic background. Diverse participants (18 years of age and older) are encouraged to apply. The leadership sessions are more beneficial to all when the group represents broad diversity, so EVERYONE is encouraged to apply.

 

The sessions will be conducted in English.  Participants will be selected based on their potential for leadership and their eagerness in implementing community projects and initiatives.

 

The deadline to apply is Wednesday, February 11, 2015, at midnight.  The program will begin on Friday, February 20, 2015, with a reception in the evening, and then continue on Saturday, February 21, 2015, for a full day of sessions from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.  Afterward, the schedule is set for monthly sessions to allow for statewide participation.  All sessions will be held in the Metro Atlanta area.

 

Please visit the link below for the online application:     http://galeo.org/gil-application/  

 

The participation dues for the GALEO Institute for Leadership 2015 are as follows:

Adult: $200.00
Student: $50.00
Limited scholarships are also available.  Please contact samuel@galeo.org for more information on the scholarship.

This leadership program was made possible in part by the Sapelo Foundation, the University of Georgia-Fanning Institute, Georgia Power and GALEO.

For more information about scholarship process, yearlong schedule and application process, please follow this link. 
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