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Applied Leadership projects

Leadership Public Schools

Host type: Not applicable

Key contact:

Name: Information
Phone: (415) 307-8605
Kushmail@aol.com

What are the desired outcomes of the program?


Does the program serve a specific population?

Yes : Diverse and traditionally underserved urban high school students.


What are key assumptions about leadership and how to support and develop leadership embedded in the program?


What leadership development theories does the program support?
Other:
Not specified
What leadership devlopment approaches does the program support\utilize?
Other:
What is the focus of the program?
What are the core components of the program? What leadership capacities does the program cultivate?
Other:
Not specified
Does the initiative have a "theory of change" or a "program logic model"? (will link to definition nodes on dev server)
No.

Jewish Community Relations Council

Host type: Not applicable

Key contact:

Name: Information
Phone: (415) 977-7409
eblanck@jcrc.org

What are the desired outcomes of the program?


Does the program serve a specific population?

Yes : Each year 15 - 20 dynamic, talented Jewish individuals between the ages of 25 and 40 representing a range of backgrounds, political viewpoints, and levels of religious observance come together to engage in workshops designed to build leadership skills and create cohesive bonds with fellow group members.


What are key assumptions about leadership and how to support and develop leadership embedded in the program?


What leadership development theories does the program support?
What leadership devlopment approaches does the program support\utilize?
Other:
What is the focus of the program?
What are the core components of the program? What leadership capacities does the program cultivate?
Does the initiative have a "theory of change" or a "program logic model"? (will link to definition nodes on dev server)
No.

Family & Children's Service

Host type: Not applicable

Key contact:

Name: Joan Vanhala
Phone: (612) 728-2079
joan.vanhala@famchildserv.org

What are the desired outcomes of the program?


Does the program serve a specific population?

Yes : The target population for both programs is low income people, people of color, and/or new immigrants living in the metro area of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota.


What are key assumptions about leadership and how to support and develop leadership embedded in the program?


What leadership development theories does the program support?
Collaborative Leadership
Other:
Not specified
What leadership devlopment approaches does the program support\utilize?
Other:
What is the focus of the program?
What are the core components of the program? What leadership capacities does the program cultivate?
Other:
Not specified
Does the initiative have a "theory of change" or a "program logic model"? (will link to definition nodes on dev server)
No.

Centerpoint for Leaders

Host type: Not applicable

Key contact:

Name: Sandra
Phone: (202) 244-3020
sandra@centerpointforleaders.org

Website: http://centerpointforleaders.org/

What are the desired outcomes of the program?


Does the program serve a specific population?

Yes : Centerpoint for leaders is a learning community and resource for current and future executives of nonprofit organizations, board members, community volunteers, business people who volunteer or work part-time for nonprofits, and anyone involved in leading community initiatives.


What are key assumptions about leadership and how to support and develop leadership embedded in the program?


What leadership development theories does the program support?
Systems Leadership
What leadership devlopment approaches does the program support\utilize?
Formal educational fellowship
What is the focus of the program?
What are the core components of the program? What leadership capacities does the program cultivate?
Does the initiative have a "theory of change" or a "program logic model"? (will link to definition nodes on dev server)
No.

Public Allies

Host type: Not applicable

Key contact:

Name: Information
Phone: --
panational@publicallies.org

What are the desired outcomes of the program?


Does the program serve a specific population?

Yes : Public Allies seeks young people who share our values and are looking for more than an opportunity to serve. Allies have been young adults, ages 18-30, who come from many different backgrounds. All have been committed to a lifetime of public service to strengthen their communities and public advocacy to create a more just society.


What are key assumptions about leadership and how to support and develop leadership embedded in the program?


What leadership development theories does the program support?
Other:
Not specified
What leadership devlopment approaches does the program support\utilize?
Community service learning
Other:
Community Leadership
What is the focus of the program?
What are the core components of the program? What leadership capacities does the program cultivate?
Other:
Not specified
Does the initiative have a "theory of change" or a "program logic model"? (will link to definition nodes on dev server)
No.

Leadership Education for Asian Pacifics Inc. (LEAP)

Host type: Not applicable

Key contact:

Name: Information
Phone: (213) 485-1422
ljoe@leap.org

What are the desired outcomes of the program?

LEAP offers leadership training, publishes original public policy research, and conducts community education to advance a comprehensive strategy for Asian Pacific American empowerment.


Does the program serve a specific population?

Yes : By Program: LDP (APAs in management or senior staff positions in the business world.) LDPHE (APAs faculty and staff who are interested in advancing their positions in higher education.) BCL (APAs working for community-based organizations that address the needs of Asian Americans. Must be residents of Orange County.). LIA (APA college students who are interested in gaining experience in community based organizations. Applicants must be at least 21).


What are key assumptions about leadership and how to support and develop leadership embedded in the program?


What leadership development theories does the program support?
Other:
Not specified
What leadership devlopment approaches does the program support\utilize?
Individual capacity-building
Other:
What is the focus of the program?
Leadership
What are the core components of the program? What leadership capacities does the program cultivate?
Multi Cultural Competency
Does the initiative have a "theory of change" or a "program logic model"? (will link to definition nodes on dev server)
No.

LEAD International

Host type: Not applicable

Key contact:

Name: Information
Phone: (870) 220-2922
info@lead.org

What are the desired outcomes of the program?


Does the program serve a specific population?

Yes : To enter the LEAD program applicants must fulfill the following requirements: Aged between 28 to 40 years. Must be residing in one of LEAD’s 14 member countries or regions. Demonstrated leadership ability or potential. Proficiency in English. Must have employer consent to fully participate in LEAD training days and travel. At least a basic level of computer literacy. LEAD also offers other bespoke training programs on leadership skills and sustainable development for groups and organizations all over the world.


What are key assumptions about leadership and how to support and develop leadership embedded in the program?


What leadership development theories does the program support?
Other:
Not specified
What leadership devlopment approaches does the program support\utilize?
Other:
Community Leadership
What is the focus of the program?
What are the core components of the program? What leadership capacities does the program cultivate?
Other:
Not specified
Does the initiative have a "theory of change" or a "program logic model"? (will link to definition nodes on dev server)
No.

Environmental Careers Organization, Sustainable Communities Leadership Program

Host type: Not applicable

Key contact:

Name: Information
Phone: (415) 362-5552
ozackman@eco.org

What are the desired outcomes of the program?


Does the program serve a specific population?

Yes : Currently, the Sustainable Communities Leadership Program works with undergraduate and graduate students and those within two years of matriculating. The program is also beginning to work with a broader network of young professionals within organizations.


What are key assumptions about leadership and how to support and develop leadership embedded in the program?


What leadership development theories does the program support?
Other:
Not specified
What leadership devlopment approaches does the program support\utilize?
Other:
Community Leadership
What is the focus of the program?
What are the core components of the program? What leadership capacities does the program cultivate?
Does the initiative have a "theory of change" or a "program logic model"? (will link to definition nodes on dev server)
No.

Antioch University, Ph.D. in Leadership & Change

Host type:
University

Key contact:

Name: Information
Phone: (937) 769-1360
office@phd.antioch.edu

Website: http://www.phd.antioch.edu/

What are the desired outcomes of the program?


Does the program serve a specific population?

Yes : This is a highly selective doctoral program. A master’s degree from a regionally accredited institution of higher learning, and five years of relevant professional experience are minimum eligibility requirements. Selection will depend upon such characteristics as capacity for self-directed learning, evidence of strong academic skills and conceptual abilities, and an interest in interdisciplinary study and applied research. Applicants must demonstrate a strong potential for individual and professional growth, evidence of leadership and aspiration to lead, and an interest in being a socially engaged professional. In exceptional cases, applicants with post-baccalaureate professional degrees may apply.


What are key assumptions about leadership and how to support and develop leadership embedded in the program?


What leadership development theories does the program support?
Other:
Not specified
What leadership devlopment approaches does the program support\utilize?
What is the focus of the program?
What are the core components of the program? What leadership capacities does the program cultivate?
Other:
Not specified
Does the initiative have a "theory of change" or a "program logic model"? (will link to definition nodes on dev server)
No.

Coro Northern California

Host type: Not applicable

Key contact:

Name: Information
Phone: (415) 986-0521


Website: http://www.coro.org/site/c.geJNIUOzErH/b.2083541/k.ED76/CORO_Home.htm

What are the desired outcomes of the program?


Does the program serve a specific population?

Yes : For the Exploring Leadership program, eligible participants must be completing their sophomore or junior year of high school. Because Exploring Leadership is a full time, students who must attend summer school are not eligible. The program is offered in San Francisco and the East Bay. The other programs offered by Coro Northern California are open to diverse people of equally diverse experiences, goals and perspectives.


What are key assumptions about leadership and how to support and develop leadership embedded in the program?


What leadership development theories does the program support?