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Community Economics & Leadership Program (CELP)

January 14, 2019
Community Economics

Community Economics and Leadership Program (CELP)

Community Economics & Leadership Program (CELP) is a four-month intensive leadership and capacity building program that enhances leaders’ ability to understand the economics of their community and develop human-centered design skills to maximize their leadership strengths. This program is an investment in mindset change that creates meaningful perspectives, develops resilience and cultivates improved understanding of the ongoing community context to solve problems and make good decisions.

Why is the Program Needed?

Who Should Attend?

What You Will Learn and Practice:

Program Collaborators:

 

Individuals need not be well-rounded. Teams should be!

REGISTER HERE: 

Anticipate at least two online webinars and two field trips.

Contact: George Okantey, MPA, CPLP®

317-275-9263 or okantey@purdue.edu

Estimated number of participants: 16

Cost for each $500

First 12 QUALIFIED REGISTRANTS Receive $250 Credit sponsored by First Internet Bank. REGISTER HERE:

 

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