What is The Chamber Leadership Program?
The Leadership program of Medford & Jackson County creates in its class participants a comprehensive and objective awareness of our community in action. The program fosters commitment to our region and develops leaders to meet the demands of the future. Since its inception in 1983, more than 1000 people have graduated from this distinguished and popular program, many of which are now prominent and influential leaders in the Rogue Valley. Many of the opportunities available to this group are exclusive to the Leadership Program and not open to the general public. This provides the participants with many unique, rare and interesting experiences.
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Who Participates in This Program?
In today’s fast-paced business environment, every employee needs to be prepared to take a leadership role whenever called upon. Emerging leaders of this community and those interested in moving their careers to the next level, find this program personally and professionally invaluable.
What Are The Requirements?
A key program requirement is for the group to plan and execute a community service project selected by the class participants. In addition to participating in the class project, other requirements to graduate include the following:
When Does The Class Meet?
The program is comprised of eight educational sessions, which begin in September and conclude in May. Participants meet the 3rd Tuesday of each month (8am-5pm) for a full day’s curriculum centered on a main topic area delivered via behind-the-scenes tours, hands-on demonstrations and interactive activities, lectures and briefings.
Interested in participating in the next class? Contact us.
Applications are due by September 1st of every year.
Did you know? Partial scholarships are available for deserving small businesses and non-profit organizations. Scholarship applications can be found here and are due August 1st.
For more information, contact (541) 621-5466 or email@example.com