Leadership Hardin County (LHC) is a twelve session, eleven month long program scheduled annually, which provides a unique opportunity for interested citizens to learn about the needs and resources of their community.
The program is sharply focused on concerns and capabilities of our ever changing and growing communities. Through lecture, presentations, practical exercises, visitations, independent study and meetings with key community leaders, class members will examine the community’s organizational structure and associated City, County, State and National resources available to assist the community in meeting the needs of the residents.
Students will have one overnight trip during the program. LHC class members are a diverse group of dedicated individuals who are interested in examining and experiencing ways to help the communities in which they live. The class will be challenged to develop and implement a community project which solidifies the bond that develops between classmates while making Hardin County a better place to live, work, and play. For more information please contact Natalie Teft at 765-4334 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 12-session program builds a collaborative network of community leaders by educating participants on the key issues facing the region and inspiring them to lead and serve.
Thanks to our LHC sponsor, LG&E KU