The PAL program is dedicated to developing and inspiring individuals to contribute to the vitality and leadership of central Yavapai County. This is accomplished through a year long, interactive, training program focused on providing effective leadership skills and tools.
Annual Membership BBQ – the annual membership BBQ is an optional event where incoming students
The PAL Program begins with a two-day, overnight, retreat. During the retreat, students will be assessed
One day a month (typically the third friday of each month). The days are split in two sections. The morning
Shadowing is about learning different leadership styles and techniques from those in current leadership
Enjoy learning first hand about our communities through field trips. You and
Volunteering is the heart of servant leadership and is a integral part of the PAL
One day a month the class comes together for a morning devoted to leadership skills training. The afternoon is centered on some of our most important regional issues. Obtain a comprehensive perspective of our communities from business and community leaders while participating in interactive discussions and exercises.
Leadership & Motivation is taught in partnership with the Fast-Track Management Program at Yavapai College. PAL class members attending all three Leadership & Motivation sessions receive one credit toward the 3-credit Fast-Track Leadership certification.
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