Leadership Greater Concord Accepting Applications through May 17

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Leadership Greater Concord Class of 2019 poses on the roof of the Sheraton Building with Concord’s iconic New Hampshire State House dome visible in the background. Participants spent History and Culture Day getting a historical overview of Concord and its cultural venues and opportunities from Concord City Councilor Jennifer Kretovic and property owner Mark Ciborowski.

CONCORD, NH (March 2019) – Leadership Greater Concord, a ten-month program offered by the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce, seeks applicants committed to the Capital region and interested in future nonprofit, community and/or town/city service.

Individuals selected for Leadership Greater Concord will enhance their civic knowledge of the area by gaining exposure to the issues, opportunities and challenges facing New Hampshire’s state capital and surrounding communities. Participants start with an overnight retreat in September and continue with a series of monthly, day-long sessions from September to May focused on a particular aspect of Greater Concord: History, Culture and the Arts, Livable Communities and Smart Growth, Environment and Sustainability, Criminal Justice, Communications and the Media, Government and Politics, Health and Human Services, Education, as well as Reflections and Moving Forward. The program concludes with graduation at the Chamber’s Pinnacle Awards Luncheon in June.

“Leadership Greater Concord provides the necessary skills, tools and connections people need to get more involved in their communities,” said Tim Sink, Chamber president. “It is the who, what, where and why of Greater Concord.”

For more information about Leadership Greater Concord and an application, please visit ConcordNHChamber.com/Leadership. The deadline to apply is Friday, May 17, 2019 at 5 p.m.

The Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce develops economic opportunities, strengthens the business climate and enhances the quality of life in the Capital Region.

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