Enrollment is now open for Leadership Cape Cod’s 29th annual Community Leadership
Institute (CLI) of Cape Cod.
Between January and June, current and developing leaders will attend 12 educational sessions meeting and learning from prominent community leaders in business, healthcare, the arts, education, social services and more. Participants will also work together to develop and engage in a community service project benefiting
local non-profit organizations on Cape Cod.
With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the format of CLI will be different for the class of 2021. With the health, wellness and safety of our participants and community partners in mind, Leadership Cape Cod is prepared to adjust their course offerings to be ready for in-person sessions, online/remote, or for a hybrid model. Additionally, to make the program more accessible to a wider variety of participants the tuition of the program has been reduced by nearly 30 percent this year.
Leadership Cape Cod for CLI will also incorporate more learning modules about the lessons and strategies of leadership from an organizational and personal standpoint. Part of these modules will include presentations
by local leaders discussing the challenges faced and the “pivots” made during the COVID-19 pandemic.
CLI has fostered the growth of existing and potential community leaders on Cape Cod and graduated more than 800 individuals, representing local and state politicians, business and nonprofit leaders, entrepreneurs, educators, healthcare professionals and members of the media.
Participants learn about current and developing issues facing Cape Cod and the Islands and how to become more involved in providing the leadership needed to help address these challenges. Class members will complete a community service project to benefit a local non-profit and a commencement ceremony is
held in June.
The registration deadline for the Community Leadership Institute is Dec. 1. Information can be found at www.leadershipcapecod.org