PORTSMOUTH, N.H. October 30, 2015 – Leadership Seacoast, a local non-profit that helps form committed and dedicated community leaders, recently announced Revision Energy has donated $2,000 to aid in curriculum development for the 2016 program year. This is the fourth consecutive year Revision Energy has signed on as a program year sponsor.
Annually, Leadership Seacoast recruits a diverse group of 30-35 existing and aspiring community leaders from all sectors of the region to participate in its 6 month experiential learning program—the greater the variety of experience, skills, professions, ages, and geographical perspectives, the richer the experience for all participants.
The program will begin in January and go through June, with nine specific program days. Participants will build their community leadership skills through the analysis of cultural, political and economic issues affecting residents of the Seacoast leaving the program with expanded awareness of leadership skills and a network of community leaders beside them. The application deadline is November 1, 2015, class size is limited. Applications can be downloaded at http://www.leadershipseacoast.org
Leadership Seacoast is able to provide such fulfilling experiences to participants through the generous support of local businesses like Revision Energy. For more information about Leadership Seacoast, go to http://www.leadershipseacoast.org or contact Jennifer Wheeler at 603-334-6063 or email@example.com
About Leadership Seacoast
Based in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, the Leadership Seacoast program provides existing and future community leaders the opportunity to engage with the people and organizations that shape the Seacoast’s economic structure and social fabric. Leadership Seacoast offers its participants unique insight into how business, community and politics integrate to create successful societies and how small actions can have a significant impact on the greater global good. Leadership Seacoast alumni make a differences in their communities through networking, active involvement, and personal action. Since its inception in 1988, Leadership Seacoast has created a strong foundation that values diversity of opinion and consensus building to find solutions to challenges affecting the Seacoast’s community and its future. For more information about our programs please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or check out our website at www.leadershipseacoast.org