The nine-month program meets monthly from September to May, classes focus on personal leadership skill development, understanding community issues, resources and diversity. The February session will take place in Cheyenne and will focus on the Wyoming State Legislature and State Government. Leadership Jackson Hole is open to emerging and established leaders who wish to increase their skills, knowledge and participation in the community. Participants engage in activities with local groups that represent education, government, healthcare and non-profit organizations via monthly community based-experiences.
Application forms and additional information are available at the UW Extension office in Jackson. The class is limited to 25, and tuition is $400. Attendance is required at the first session Wednesday, Sept. 18.
The application deadline is 5 p.m. Friday, August 16. Applications can be submitted to the Teton County extension office in Jackson, 255 W. Deloney or emailed to Mary Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org
The brochure and application are available on line at: http://wyoextension.org/tetoncounty/community-development-educati