Central Valley Latino Leadership Academy (Applications due May 17)

Posted On 27 April, 2019

The *Central Valley Latino Leadership Academy* is proudly welcoming
applications for its Second Cohort. We kindly request that you send this
e-mail out to your respective networks

The Academy, a project of the Latino Leadership in the Valley group, will
offer four, six-hour trainings that will explore: 1) the Latino
identity—what unites us and makes us unique; 2) a leadership
self-assessment and capacity building; and, 3) leadership on
influential non-profit,
city, county and state boards and commissions.

Trainings will take place at the California State University, Fresno’s
Craig School of Business on *June 22, July 20th,* *August 17th and
September 14th.* Each participant must attend all four trainings, no
exceptions allowed. There is a $50, non-refundable, participant fee for all
Cohort 2 participants.

To be considered for the Central Valley Latino Leadership Academy Cohort 2,
please fill out the application here: bit.ly/cvlla2019 *Applications
are due: Friday, May 17, 2019 by 5:00PM*. Selected participants will be
announced mid June.

If you have any questions, please contact CVLatinoLeadership@gmail.com. For
updates, follow us on Facebook and Twitter @CVLLAcademy. Thank you!

Alma Martinez
CVLLA Founding Team Lead

*Reminder: Next meeting is June 14th 11:30-1:30 @ Fresno State*

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