CCLI Class of 2013 - Agriculture and Environment Day.
Group photo of class members in front of a large tree.

LINKING COMMUNITY WITH LEADERS SINCE 1986

Our Adult Program

The adult leadership program was initiated to fill a need throughout the county to prepare individuals to serve in business and community leadership positions. The program consists of one day class each month from August through April.

 


Program Goals

• Develop a source of informed, civic-oriented leaders interested in the future of Clinton County

• Offer existing & emerging leaders an understanding of issues & opportunities facing Clinton County

• Improve the quality of life in Clinton County through community engagement

• Increase the quality & quantity of men & women accepting leadership roles in varied community & civic organizations


Benefits 

• Develop & expand a network of business & community leaders

• Discuss issues, opportunities, & potential solutions

• Enhance leadership & teambuilding skills

• Build working relationships & commitment to benefit Clinton County


Time Commitment 

• Daylong leadership retreat in August/September

• 8 full-day class sessions September through April

• Team project in addition to class sessions
• Community Project Report & graduation in April


Eligibility 

Class members must reside and/or work in Clinton County & demonstrate:

• Sincere interest, motivation, & commitment to active involvement in community activities & issues

• Leadership qualities in business and/or community

• High quality standards & personal integrity

• Availability for interview



Interested in becoming apart of the next Leadership Clinton class? 

Apply at the tab 'Join' above!

Adult Class Projects

As a part of the class, students select and complete at least one community project. Throughout this process community and class members have forged new relationships and alliances that have been a benefit to them, their businesses, and the community.

Leadership Clinton Youth Collaborative class of 2017 graduation.
Large group photo of class members at graduation.

LINKING COMMUNITY WITH YOUTH LEADERS SINCE 1986

Our Youth Program

The Leadership Clinton Youth Collaborative (LCYC) began as a 1995 LC class project to bring 4 sophomores or juniors from each of the school districts in Clinton County together to instill a sense of community, service, teamwork, and to build leadership skills. Various topics that are covered in each of the monthly classes include: community history, economics, team building, community service, government, and health & human services offered in the county.


Interested in becoming apart of the next Youth Leadership Clinton class? 

Talk with your guidance counselor and together email us at ccli.oh@gmail.com

Youth Class Projects

As a part of the class, students select and complete at least one community project. Throughout this process community and class members have forged new relationships and alliances that have been a benefit to them, their businesses, and the community.