Calling Addison County young professionals
ADDISON COUNTY — United Way of Addison County envision a community in which young leaders are informed and empowered to create lasting change.
How do we accomplish this?
We’re on the search for people who want to connect with friends and colleagues, make a difference in the community, and have fun doing both!
Emerging Leaders of Addison County (ELAC) is the answer!
WHAT IS ELAC?
Emerging Leaders of Addison County (ELAC) is a partnership between United Way of Addison County and the Addison County Chamber of Commerce. Together, these two organizations are working to identify, develop and empower the next generation of philanthropic leaders through community service, leadership development, and fun networking opportunities (emphasis on “fun”).
Members of Addison County who are 21 years to 35 (or young at heart) are all invited to our launch event in November! We will only give you a sneak peak of the plans. Picture this…. New friends, drinks and hors d’oeuvres, trivia and free headshots from a top-notch professional photographer!
WHAT WE DO
Connect: Make lasting connections with other dynamic passionate Emerging Leaders, United Way staff and community leaders at networking events. Gain access to leadership and career development opportunities. Making connections with a purpose.
Serve: Amplify your community impact by volunteering and participate in community building activities with local nonprofits to make positive change in meaningful and unique ways. Create a culture centered around volunteering.
Lead: Advance community solutions and expand your horizons as leaders while learning about issues affecting Addison County residents and lead/take ownership of the lasting change/impact. Attend innovative leadership trainings.
Check out our website at: www.unitedwayaddisoncounty.org/emerging-leaders-of-addison-county to join or be added to our newletter list and be in the know of our new events!
Want to Sponsor this group?
Call Linnea for details 802-388-7189
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