Project LEAP - Leaders Emerging through Ability and Potential
Project LEAP (Leaders Emerging through Ability and Potential) is a five-part leadership development program for individuals with three or more years of professional experience in the nonprofit sector. Participants engage in individual and group activities in each of the five sessions; one per month over a five month period.
Participants work within a learning circle cohort and learn from peers, as well as experts in the field, throughout the series.
As a Project LEAP participant, you will:
2014 Session Topics Include:
What Project Leap Graduates are saying:
“Project LEAP provided an invaluable opportunity for self reflection and professional growth.”
"The breadth of topics was great!"
|Location:||Center for Nonprofit Advancement
1666 K Street, NW, Suite 440
Washington, DC 20006
|Time:||10:00 am to 3:00 pm on event days
|$995 for Center for Nonprofit Advancement members
$995 for YNPN DC members
$1195 for all others
Registration includes class sessions, lunches, books, testing instruments and a personal journal. The series is limited to 25 participants (only one person per organization). Executive directors are not eligible to participate.
Register online today!
A limited number of partial scholarships are available for the 2014 program. To apply for a partial scholarship, submit the following to Taylor Strange at email@example.com by January 31:
- Up to 250 word statement indicating how you would leverage your experience as a Project LEAP graduate to advance your organization and the region's nonprofit sector.
- Indicate whether the balance of the series registration fee would be paid by your organization or yourself personally.
- Include your name, organization, title, email address, mailing address and telephone number. If you are not currently employed, please indicate your most recent job title and organizational affiliation.
Due to dynamics of the program, refunds will only be provided to individuals who cancel in writing a full 48 hours before the first session begins.