Leadership Johns Creek Accepting Nominations

Class of 2014 will begin in September.

Leadership Johns Creek (LJC) is officially accepting nominations for its Class of 2014. The eight-month program is scheduled to begin in September with an anticipated 30-member class representing people from government, business, education and non profits in the Johns Creek area. 

Class selection is by nomination. Nominees also must complete a formal application process, as well as, committing to a minimum of one day per month throughout the program year from September 2013 through May 2014. Visit the Leadership Johns Creek website at www.leadershipjohnscreek.com for more information and online nomination form. 

Leadership Johns Creek is designed to develop leadership talent in individuals representing the diverse Johns Creek community through a structured series of learning experiences. Class participants gain insight into business, government, community quality of life, volunteer service and local history. Graduates of LJC are projected to be the future leaders of Johns Creek, leading civic and business organizations for community action and improvement.

A vital component of LJC is community service. The graduating classes to date have made substantial contributions to the community. Some of the projects include: The Newtown Park Community Garden, the Educational Pond at Autrey Mill Nature Preserve, Historical Markers, a Video History of Johns Creek, a certified Natural Wildlife Habitat along the upgraded Johns Creek Greenway near JCHS, and the “Billy Badge Program” to introduce Public Safety to elementary school children! The 2012 class refreshed and enhanced Fitness Trail 7 in Johns Creek Technology Park.

Sponsors of the 2012-2013 program are the City of Johns Creek, Emory Johns Creek Hospital, Northside Hospital, CH2M Hill, Gwinnett Medical Center - Duluth and Optech Monette, LLC.  For additional information regarding class participation and sponsorship opportunities, visit www.leadershipjohnscreek.com or email ksmith@leadershipjohnscreek.com.


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