"A leader’s life is shaped
by experiences both good and bad and the Master's course reminds us of
the value of both and the need to use what we've learned to improve our
community and make a lasting difference."
-Daniel R. Farmer, Masters Class 1
To enhance the knowledge of accomplished leaders about our Huntsville/Madison County’s successes and challenges, to engage them in generating creative responses to those challenges, and to inspire each to pursue opportunities that will enrich their lives and the quality of life for everyone in our community.
The Masters curriculum covers the major sectors of the Huntsville/Madison County community. Participants meet approximately twice a month for three months to be educated about these key topics and introduced to core resources, it helps them see the needs in the community and become enthusiastic about helping to meet those needs to enhance our community.
Program Dates & Themes
Program day time commitment is approximately 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., and class size is 25 - 30 leaders. Each program day
will include community focus and issues and class discussions, featuring the leaders from each program day's sector:
FEBRUARY - MAY 2017
2017 APPLICATION DEADLINE:
December 9, 2016
Masters 8 Application
Target Candidates: active and involved leaders, at or near retirement, ages 50 and over who are exploring transitioning from success to significance for the next chapter of their life, or who have an interest in getting more engaged in our community
Cost: $500, and couples/friends welcome!
Contact: Mary Stewart or (256) 489-2281, ext. 303 for more information