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Adult Scholars Leadership Program
2015 Sessions: February 9, 10, 12, 13, 16, and 17
The Adult Scholars Leadership Program (ASLP) unites intellect with opportunity, passion with purpose, skill with need.
The Adult Scholars Leadership Program engages seniors with community leaders, experts and policy makers to proactively explore, learn and participate in solutions to our regional challenges.
The program provides participants with a political, economic, educational, law enforcement, historical and cultural view of the region; identifies and responds to critical challenges in our region; encourages participants to become involved in community activities as volunteers; and inspires participants to create events that meet their needs and benefit the community.
Who are adult scholars? You.
Since 1991, more than 500 alumni have been helping communities reach their potential. Alumni include government officials, educators, health care providers, volunteers, and Fortune 500 executives.
What will I learn? Everything.
The leadership program provides you with an up-to-date snapshot of the political, economic, educational, law enforcement, historical and cultural forces driving the region. You will:
- Identify critical issues;
- Employ your unique skills and characteristics; and
- Develop awareness for volunteer and networking opportunities.
What will be discussed? You shape the discussion.
Applicants come to the leadership program as volunteers and entrepreneurs, actively providing leadership and service to many community organizations.
What does it cost? It's a bargain.
- $250 (OLLI membership required, $30)
Tuition includes a catered lunch each day, a participant notebook, handouts, and a graduation ceremony.
How do I join?
Signing up for this class is a two-step process:
Visit the Adult Scholars Leadership Program Alumni website.
Register either online or call 910-962-3195.
Complete a Bio/Data Sheet. You can download the Bio/Data Sheet or you can call Shelley Morse at 910-962-3644 to receive one by mail. Return the form to Shelley Morse, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, Box 5614, UNCW, 620 South College Road, Wilmington, NC 28403-5614 or send as an email attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org.