LINC Redwood County Showcase: The Leadership Gap
About the Showcase
Join us for a presentation by Ben Winchester, Research Fellow for the Center for Community Vitality at the University of Minnesota Extension, on his NEWEST research on the leadership gap in rural Minnesota.
Be the first to learn about an exciting new initiative called LINC Redwood County that will be launching in September of 2017!
This event is for employers, non-profits, and anyone who
lives, works, or worships in Redwood County or
has children attending a Redwood County School.
This is a FREE event!
A light meal will be provided. No RSVP needed.
You will have two opportunities to listen to Ben Winchester and learn about LINC Redwood County on Wednesday, April 26, 2017 at Daktronics, 1425 East Bridge Street, Redwood Falls from Noon – 2pm and Southwest Research and Outreach Center, 23669 130th Street, Lamberton from 5 – 7pm. This is a free event with a light meal provided at no charge.
The showcase is made possible by the University of Minnesota Extension, Redwood Area Community Foundation, Integrity Bank Plus, and Weltsch Equipment.
What is LINC Redwood County?
LINC engages community members to lead, inspire, network and create to build a sustainable future in Redwood County. LINC is a leadership development program that incorporates leadership training through the University of Minnesota Extension while connecting people to others, opportunities and knowledge throughout Redwood County.
Why the need for LINC Redwood County?
We are stronger together than we can ever be apart. Only by learning more of what makes Redwood County great can we begin to make it even greater.
According to Ben Winchester – “During the last census period in the US, while the population increased 10 percent, the number on non-profits increased 32 percent. These non-profits and government agencies reflect the need for leadership, for the need for people to set up and serve.”
Who can participate in LINC Redwood County?
Anyone who lives, works, or worships in Redwood County or has children attending a Redwood County School. Participants will gain leadership skills, awareness of local resources and create personal and professional networks.
Application & Tuition for LINC Redwood County
Brochures/applications available from committee members or online at: LINCRedwoodCounty.org/apply
Application Deadline: July 30th, 2017. This 9 month leadership development program is only $450 per student (scholarships are available).