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Linked 4 Leadership: An African American leadership experience

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linked-4-leadership-logoThe Minneapolis - St. Paul Chapter of the Links, Incorporated begins its recruiting efforts for the second year of the leadership program 'Linked4Leadership.' Links, Incorporated is now soliciting candidates who will link to success in this program and whatever endeavors they wish to pursue.

The purpose of Linked4Leadership ("L4L") is to provide innovative and engaging leadership development and college preparation curriculum, mentoring and exposure to young African American women who are high-performing high school juniors and seniors.

The L4L curriculum has been designed to meet the unique needs and goals of African American young ladies who are priming themselves for success. The curriculum balances hot topics and critical leadership traits to form a well-rounded selection of courses and experiences. The program will kick-off in November and will consist of monthly workshops and field trips until the culminating event in May.

From November to May, participants will engage in sessions related to the following areas:
• Professional Etiquette
• Communications & Personal Branding
• Personal Finance
• Tools for College Success
• Healthy Relationships
• Social Responsibility & Volunteerism
• African American Culture
• Strengths-Based Leadership

Go to http://www.mpls-stpaullinks.org/programs/linked4leadership/ to apply. Application deadline is October 18, 2013.
 

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