Ag Leadership Applications

Ag Leadership Applications

January 9, 2010

Applications are now being accepted for Class 41 of the California Agricultural Leadership Program. More information and all of the required forms are available at www.agleaders.org. Applications are due May 14.

“Participants in the program find it to be exciting, challenging, thought-provoking, educational and life changing,” says Bob Gray, president and CEO of the California Agricultural Leadership Foundation (CALF). “Fellows receive a valuable and unique leadership experience that not only benefits them personally and professionally, but also benefits the agriculture industry and their communities.

Founded in 1970, the California Agricultural Leadership Program has more than 1,100 graduates and current fellows. The intensive two-year program is designed to enable fellows to reach beyond perceived limitations and boundaries in order to find common ground with others and to bring about transformational change. For more information call (916) 984-4473.

“The Ag Leadership Program is not about agriculture,” says CALF Director of Education Dr. Charlie Crabb. “It is about passionate, hard-working people in agriculture developing the skill sets, imagination and courage to tackle the challenging issues that face the agriculture industry, as well as our state, nation and world.” 

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