What is LEAD 101?
By taking part in LEAD 101, our introductory two-day program, participants will:
- Learn about local education policy and how to effectively communicate on issues that matter.
- Be equipped with the knowledge, skills, and execution strategies necessary to win.
- Meet civic leaders, former and current elected officials, and other local voices who can guide you long after the program’s completion.
LEAD 101 consistently revises its training materials to ensure participants receive the most up-to-date information and resources.
Who should apply?
LEAD 101 is open to any Denver resident (18 years or older) or any Denver Public Schools family member or educator who is passionate about public education. This program is a great opportunity for individuals who are dedicated to Denver, believe that every student should have access to a high-quality public education, and want to learn about how to be a more effective advocate for change.
Participants will be given a stipend for their time and have access to transportation and childcare supports.
Please note: Candidates currently seeking public office are ineligible to participate in LEAD 101 due to legal compliance in administration of this program.
How do I apply?
We are no longer accepting applications for our February LEAD 101 program. However, we will have another program on Saturday, May 4th and Sunday, May 5th. Please follow us on social media (LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram) to receive updates that the application is re-opened!
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