Session Days/Key Dates

September - Opening Retreat
This two-day, overnight retreat is designed to get participants acquainted with Leadership Green Bay and provide a comfortable environment in which class members can participate, share, increase self-understanding and understanding of others, begin team building and broaden everyone's network of contacts.


October - History and Heritage
The goal of this class day is to learn about the rich history of Brown County,  broaden participants' view of the community understanding its place in Wisconsin history and provide a basic knowledge of the community that will be used as a basis for other session days in the program.


November - Human Services
The objectives of this day are to make participants aware of the vast services provided by the community, as well as to experience them first-hand

 

December - Education
Go back to class, literally!  Spend the day at one of local educational institutions and learn how business and education are working together in the community; understand the extensive school offerings available to meet the needs of individual learners and to understand how people can become involved as leaders and partners in the education process.

 

January - Economic and Community Development
The objectives of this day are to create understanding of changes in local economy and industry, area development, consumerism and entrepreneurial opportunities

 

February - Government
The objectives of this day are to expose the class to several local government and agency sites, and to inform individuals of opportunities for involvement in local government

 

March - Inclusive Leadership
The objectives of this day are to build awareness around inclusivity, while reflecting on that awareness and resulting in a call to action.  - Sponsorship for the Class of 2019 is now available. Contact Sue Zittlow, 920-593-3412 or szittlow@greatergbc.org

April- Environment
This class day is devoted to inspiring new thought about the local environment, encouraging environmental stewardship and deepen participants' understanding of individual positive and negative impacts on the environment.

 


May - Closing and Graduation 
The final session/graduation is a culmination of the program that allows participants to reflect on what they have learned and how to take what they've learned into their community. The day is also devoted to sharing outcomes from the small group projects followed by our graduation dinner/ceremony.