Thursday, July 12, 2018

Springfield Chamber of Commerce hosting leadership program

The Springfield Regional Chamber of Commerce is proud to be once again hosting the Leadership Southeast Vermont Program serving Windsor and Windham counties by providing resources and opportunities for emerging professionals in our area.
Photo: LSEVT Graduating Class of 2018.

Summer is here and soon the Leadership Southeast Vermont program will be starting up sessions for the 2018-19 courses. This year we had 13 graduates, and we are hopeful to get strong participation again for the coming program. While the applications are beginning to roll in, there are still plenty of spots open. If you know of someone who could benefit from the class who might be interested to join us, please make the connection and send them our way!

The program is an immensely valuable learning and growth opportunity. The course fosters an increased understanding of the issues facing our neighborhoods and creates awareness of the resources available to meet those challenges. Class participants have a shared commitment to becoming active leaders in their communities and improving the future of Southeast Vermont.

The early bird registration deadline is Friday, July 13.

If you or someone you know might benefit from LSEVT, please contact us! Thank you for helping us to inspire local individuals to become trustees of our communities. More information can be found at

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