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LFC 2010-11 Professional Mentor Recruiting
LFC 2010-11 Professional Mentor Recruiting
LFC 2010-11 Professional Mentor Recruiting
LFC 2010-11 Professional Mentor Recruiting
LFC 2010-11 Professional Mentor Recruiting
LFC 2010-11 Professional Mentor Recruiting
LFC 2010-11 Professional Mentor Recruiting
LFC 2010-11 Professional Mentor Recruiting
LFC 2010-11 Professional Mentor Recruiting
LFC 2010-11 Professional Mentor Recruiting
LFC 2010-11 Professional Mentor Recruiting
LFC 2010-11 Professional Mentor Recruiting
LFC 2010-11 Professional Mentor Recruiting
LFC 2010-11 Professional Mentor Recruiting
LFC 2010-11 Professional Mentor Recruiting
LFC 2010-11 Professional Mentor Recruiting
LFC 2010-11 Professional Mentor Recruiting
LFC 2010-11 Professional Mentor Recruiting
LFC 2010-11 Professional Mentor Recruiting
LFC 2010-11 Professional Mentor Recruiting
LFC 2010-11 Professional Mentor Recruiting
LFC 2010-11 Professional Mentor Recruiting
LFC 2010-11 Professional Mentor Recruiting
LFC 2010-11 Professional Mentor Recruiting
LFC 2010-11 Professional Mentor Recruiting
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LFC 2010-11 Professional Mentor Recruiting

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Presentation created to recruit professional mentors and increase avenues of funding.

Presentation created to recruit professional mentors and increase avenues of funding.

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  • 1. LFC class of 2008/09<br />LFC class of 2009/10<br />Leadership Fayette County <br />Preparing Tomorrow’s Leaders Today<br />
  • 2. Session 1: Orientation<br />
  • 3. Orientation<br /><ul><li>Learn how you and your peers process information and act upon it
  • 4. Understand how to meet your Leadership goals while learning about diverse leadership strategies
  • 5. Begin the process of getting comfortable with public speaking
  • 6. Randy Housh, Seneca Health Care Systems
  • 7. Patrick Ford, Sirk-Ford Initiatives</li></li></ul><li>Session 2: Team Building<br />
  • 8. Team Building<br /><ul><li>Use the information from session 1 to develop a team that can solve difficult/complex challenges
  • 9. Ground elements test the participants abilities to cooperate as a team, solving complex games
  • 10. The Alpine Tower and high swing tests determination while relying on the support of their team
  • 11. ACE Team Building Staff</li></li></ul><li>Session 3: SIMSOC<br />
  • 12. SIMSOC<br /><ul><li>Understand how societies are dependent on the collective decisions and actions of diverse organizations and individuals
  • 13. Participants will be placed in various levels of the economic and social strata and will thus have diverse experiences within this exercise
  • 14. Dr. Larry Peppers, Associate Professor of Sociology at Clemson University; creator of SIMSOC</li></li></ul><li>Session 4: Individual Skill Development<br />
  • 15. Individual Skill Development<br /><ul><li>To provide participants with the information they will need to seek employment and succeed in the workforce
  • 16. Dave Pollard, Fayette County Resource Manager
  • 17. Kathy Housh, Manager Crossroads Mall</li></li></ul><li>Session 5: Economic Development<br />
  • 18. Economic Development<br /><ul><li>Provide participants a working knowledge of the partnerships which exist to promote local economic development and hands-on experiences that enforce the intricacies of the development process
  • 19. Pete Hobbs, Ansted Mayor
  • 20. Judy Radford, Director, 4C Economic Development Authority
  • 21. David Pollard, Fayette County Resource Coordinator
  • 22. W.D. Smith, Executive Director, Region 4 Planning and Development Council</li></li></ul><li>Session 6: Judicial System<br />
  • 23. Judicial System<br /><ul><li>Participants will get a working knowledge of how the justice system works and the importance of citizen participation
  • 24. Participants will act as the prosecuting and defense attorneys, bailiff, clerk and jury in a mock-trial
  • 25. Sit in on an actual court hearing
  • 26. Lynn B. Pollard, Esq.
  • 27. Christopher Frost, Esq.
  • 28. Kevin Burgess, Esq.
  • 29. Honorable John Hatcher, Circuit Judge of Fayette County</li></li></ul><li>Session 7: Government<br />
  • 30. Government<br /><ul><li>A working knowledge of the roles in disaster management
  • 31. Hands-on demonstration will enable participants to direct responses to a local disaster
  • 32. Major emphasis on teamwork
  • 33. Teresa White, Fayette County Director of Emergency Services
  • 34. Steve Cruikshank, Deputy Director Fayette County Office of Emergency Services
  • 35. Tim Richardson, President Fayette County Firefighters Association
  • 36. Chief Ranger, New River Gorge National River
  • 37. David Neal, Director Fayette County Emergency 911
  • 38. Roseann Berry, Director of Fayette/Nicholas County American Red Cross</li></li></ul><li>Session 8: Education<br />
  • 39. Education<br /><ul><li>Gain an understanding of the functions of the various Board offices
  • 40. Learn of career opportunities in Fayette County education
  • 41. Exposure to the non-academic issues faced the college experience
  • 42. Dwight Dials, Superintendent of Fayette County Schools
  • 43. Board of Education Staff
  • 44. Dave Pollard, Fayette County Resource Coordinator</li></li></ul><li>Session 9: Tourism<br />
  • 45. Tourism<br /><ul><li>How tourism affects the economy of the area and various career paths that exist in the industry
  • 46. Hands-on experience of how new products are the life-blood of the tourism industry
  • 47. Cindy Dragan Assistant Director Fayette County Chamber of Commerce
  • 48. Sharon Cruikshank Executive Director New River Convention and Visitor Bureau
  • 49. Geoff Heeter Owner Opossum Creek Retreat
  • 50. Dave Arnold Manager Class VI Mountain Adventure
  • 51. Debbie Darden Assistant Superintendent New River Gorge National River
  • 52. Kenny Parker Manager Water Stone Outdoors
  • 53. Dave Pollard Chairman New River Birding and Nature Festival
  • 54. Bridge Walk Staff</li></li></ul><li>Session 10: Community Service<br />
  • 55. Community Service<br /><ul><li>An understanding of the importance of clean water in an environmental sense and economic sense
  • 56. Hands-on experience that will build an appreciation for the natural environment
  • 57. Preserving and developing a living classroom for Fayette County
  • 58. Bill Hilton Jr., Consulting Director New River Birding and Nature Center
  • 59. Rachel Davis, Marketing Director / VISTA Volunteer Fayette County Urban Renewal Authority
  • 60. Levis Rose, Director Plateau Action Network</li></li></ul><li>Session 11: Graduation<br />
  • 61. Graduation<br /><ul><li>Celebrate the accomplishments
  • 62. A banquet held in honor of the Leadership students
  • 63. $500 college stipend commitments in the names of past and present Fayette County leaders
  • 64. The Leadership Fayette County experience will help leverage other scholarships when colleges see it on the resume</li></li></ul><li>Leadership Development<br />Your investment in the future of Fayette County will help support our best and brightest youth who are encouraged to return to the area upon completion of their higher education<br /><ul><li>Mentor our youth from a professional perspective; both will benefit from professional development
  • 65. Gain a better sense of place for Fayette County; where you do business
  • 66. Develop better leadership in your business, which makes better business
  • 67. Your contribution is tax deductible</li></li></ul><li>Limited Business Partnerships Available<br />For a contribution of $500, an employee of your choice can:<br /><ul><li>participate through the entire eight month Leadership Development program
  • 68. benefit from professional and personal growth
  • 69. receive a certificate of completion at the Graduation session
  • 70. have the opportunity to be a professional mentor
  • 71. share a sense of place with our youth</li></ul>Skills<br />Growth<br />Share<br />Legacy<br />
  • 72. LFC class of 2008/09<br />LFC class of 2009/10<br />Leadership Fayette County <br />Preparing Tomorrow’s Leaders Today<br />

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