TOTT - Adult Ag Leadership Development Program
SIOUXLAND NEWS —
The Nebraska Agricultural Leadership Council founded the Nebraska LEAD (leadership, education, action development) Program in 1981 in cooperation with Agricultural Builders of Nebraska, Inc. and the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
The purpose of the program is to accelerate leadership development and improve leadership skills and abilities of Nebraska's future agricultural leaders through exposure to diverse topics, issues, concerns, points of view and innovative ideas.
All this happens while increasing their knowledge of state, national and international affairs.
The group is currently seeking up to 30 highly motivated men and women, generally between the ages of 25-55, with demonstrated leadership potential, selected annually from five geographic regions across Nebraska.
Those accepted into the program will attend 12 3-day theme-driven seminars, conducted monthly from mid-September through early April.
Also, over two years, participants will visit almost every public and private college and university in Nebraska.
The application deadline is June 15th.
To see the full details on the criteria, program delivery and expectations, please visit: lead.unl.edu.
You can also call (402) 472 - 6810 if you any questions.