Applications Open for LGM Class of 2019

Applications Open for LGM Class of 2019

A program sought to engage and develop Manchester’s next generation of community leaders

The Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce (GMCC) is now accepting applications for the Leadership Greater Manchester (LGM) class of 2019. For three decades, the LGM program has sought to educate, engage and develop the next generation of community leaders in the greater Manchester region.

LGM begins in September with a two-day overnight retreat, followed by nine full day sessions held monthly through June. Each session focuses on a new topic presented by local and state community and business leaders and exposes participants to various initiatives, programs, and opportunities in our community.

Click here to view the 2018-2019 program calendar and attendance requirements.

We are seeking applicants who have demonstrated a strong commitment and desire to impact the greater Manchester community, while having achieved, or are developing, a leadership role within their career. Through the exchange of viewpoints and experiences, participants are exposed to the challenges, opportunities and vital issues affecting the greater Manchester community. If you or someone you know would be a good fit for this program, encourage them to apply today!

All interested individuals should visit www.manchester-chamber.org/LGM for more information and to apply.

Applications are due by May 4th, 2018. For additional questions, please email carolynl@manchester-chamber.org.

About Leadership Greater Manchester

This program strives to cultivate leadership resources within the greater Manchester community by giving potential leaders a well-rounded, in-depth look at issues facing the region and the opportunities that exist to guide us into the future on solid ground. It exists to recognize and nurture leadership talents from diverse sectors of the local community through the exchange of viewpoints and experiences. LGM is a 9 month program that stimulates and develops future leaders through direct exposure, interaction and activities in various aspects of the community, with the goal of building a consensus among participants and fostering personal and professional relationships.