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Alumni Scholarsip Drive
As graduates of the Regional Leadership Institute, you understand the importance of regional issues and the need for knowledgeable leaders to advance the Atlanta region. You also understand the benefits of attending the RLI week along with the significant commitment in time and money the RLI program requires. You can help other leaders share the RLI experience and join the 1,100 RLI alumni as graduates of the program for the betterment of our region.
Please consider donating to this cause – any amount is appreciated and all money collected will used as scholarships for RLI tuition.
About This Project
Each year approximately 50 leaders from across the Metro Atlanta Region take part in an intensive leadership program designed to position individuals to make positive community change in the region. In order to ensure that as many qualified leaders can participate as possible the 2013 RLI class committed to developing a scholarship program for 2014. Based on available funding, ARC will provide a limited number of partial scholarships to help offset tuition costs to qualified public and non-profit sector participants
This is an opportunity for all RLI Alumni to carry on the program’s mission of educating and empowering our region’s leaders to continue the challenge of addressing the issues that affect us all.
Contributers to this campaign will have the chance to win 2 Southwest airlines tickets. For every $25 donated your name will be entered in the draw which will be made immediately following the successful funding of the 2014 scholarships.
RLI is designed to provide a unique learning experience for emerging and existing leaders through an intensive one-week program that trains, empowers and supports leaders so they can effect positive community change in the region.
The curriculum provides a framework for understanding organizational and institutional processes and responsibilities for regional planning, problem-solving and community building. National and regional experts address diverse topics, including community collaboration, transportation, land use and economic and social trends.
- Create a shared sense of community in the Atlanta Region.
- Build relationships of trust between businesses, government, non-profit, civic, religious, racial, ethnic and cultural groups
- Expand leaders' knowledge regarding the key issues, opportunities and challenges that face the Atlanta Region.
- Bring clarity to the role of community leadership and begin the development of new skills, awareness and competencies required to lead the Atlanta Region.