The Alpaugh Scholars Leadership Program provides a unique opportunity for Southwest Ohio education leaders and administrators to interact with community leaders from throughout the Cincinnati region. Our 2016-2017 class is full.
In this program - modeled after the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber’s “Leadership Cincinnati” program, Alpaugh Scholars will interact with local business leaders in seminars and on-site experiences to better understand common issues facing the schools and communities. Over 450 local education leaders have completed this program. Check out our Alpaugh Alumni page for leaders in your district.
What’s in it for you and your school?
- Engage in creative dialogue with community leaders and fellow educators.
- Develop a better focus on how community issues impact schools and communities.
- Identify ways you can take what you have learned back to your students and colleagues.
- Discover new community resources.
Selected participants will attend (5) monthly sessions from October through February.
- Topics include how education is connected to the regional economy, workforce development issues, healthcare and social services, and local government.
- One session will be a Cincinnati History and bus tour of Cincinnati with local historian Dan Hurley.
The Alpaugh Scholars Leadership Program is made possible through the generous support of the Alpaugh Family Foundation.