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Program Requirements. There are two distinct parts of the Women’s Emerging Leaders program (WEL) and participants must commit to fully attending both. The first part is a mandatory intensive Leadership Essentials for Women workshop and the second part is the Nonprofit Essentials Program, which involves ten skill-building classes jointly offered by HandsOn NWNC and Wake Forest University’s Office of Civic and Community Engagement. These half-day classes meet in the afternoon each month, beginning in September. Due to COVID-19, classes through 2021 will be held online unless otherwise notified.
Evaluations/Assessments. Program participants will be required to complete an evaluation at the end of the Leadership Essentials for Women workshop and develop a personal Leadership Action Plan. Participants must also participate in a 6 month and 1 year overall assessment. The purpose of the assessments is to determine if the program has helped to strengthen the participant’s leadership skills/capacity and follow up with progress on the Leadership Action Plan. The participant’s supervisor/Executive Director will further be required to complete an initial assessment of the participant prior to the workshop.
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751 W. Fourth St., Suite 200
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
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