Leadership Garland: Programs
Garland Gives is the community service project founded by Leadership Garland Class 32 and has become an annual tradition of the Leadership program. Class members select projects from local non-profit organizations and spend a Saturday doing things like repairing sidewalks, painting activity rooms or collecting donations. This project demonstrates the focus on and necessity of Garland leaders assisting in community vitality at every level. Project founders hope Garland Gives will evolve into a community-wide event within the next few years.
Date: April 29, 2017
Youth Leadership Program
Youth Leadership Garland is for G.I.S.D. high school sophomores who want to learn to be effective leaders. The purpose of Youth Leadership Garland is to train students in leadership techniques and community awareness so they may become familiar with current issues, resources, opportunities and other factors influencing the direction of Garland’s future. Participation in the program will help students be prepared to make a positive impact on the quality of life in their community.
Students who are interested in the Youth Leadership program should contact their school principal to learn more and be considered for selection as a participant.
Leadership Garland Alumni
The Leadership Garland Alumni Organization was officially founded in the fall of 2002 following the spring graduation of Class 21. The purpose of the Leadership Garland Alumni group is to connect graduates from all classes and encourage continued involvement in community and leadership activities. The group works to inform fellow alumni concerning current issues in the community, provide social and business networking venues and enable alumni to contribute to social needs through group efforts.
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Applicants must be a graduate of the Leadership Garland program and are asked to pay annual dues of $25.00 to support the programs and projects of the group.
Distinguished Leadership Award
The purpose of this award is to honor a Leadership Garland graduate who has actively participated in leadership within the community following graduation and to develop community awareness of the contributions of both the individual recipient and the Leadership Garland program.
Nominations must be submitted by a graduate of the Leadership Garland program. Nominees must be a graduate of the LG program and should have a record of significant and continuous participation in activities designed for the betterment of the community. Nominees should demonstrate an attitude that fosters the strengthening of civic responsibility in the community. Participation in LG Alumni activities and leadership shall be considered in the selection process, but is not required.
The nomination form below shall be completed and submitted to the LG designee by the deadline date. Nominations will be considered by a group of at least three LG Alumni Leadership Team members who will make the final selection. The recipient will be honored at the Garland Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon in March. Time permitting, the recipient's name will be submitted to the Association for Leadership Professionals for recognition through their outstanding Leadership Award program.
Completed nominations must by submitted no later than April 13, 2018.
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