Apply Today for Leadership Rogers County!

Leadership Rogers County is now accepting applications for the Class of 2020!

Leadership Rogers County is a program designed to develop your talent and broaden your perspectives. Whether you are a present or future community leader, want to build your networking circle, or just have fun learning about your city, the LRC program provides you with practical information concerning community problems and issues.

Leadership Rogers County is all about expanding your horizons of what Claremore and Rogers County have to offer in the community. LRC gives you the opportunity to dive right into the network of local businesses, organizations, public officials, and more. This program will help you stand out from the crowd on a resume, as well as help you become more in tune with the local community leaders. LRC consists of a group of people that want to make a difference in the community. Adults 18 and older are invited to apply. Tuition includes meals, LRC shirt, and some transportation.

The first session is MANDATORY and will be held Friday/Saturday, September 20-21. After that, the class meets the second Wednesday of the month, October – April.

Submit your application today!

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