TOMORROW’S LEADERS: Christian College vice captain Hayleigh Rankin and TRAC school captain Cheyenne Bardos at the school leaders launch. Picture: Kieren L Tilly
How long does it take to develop tomorrow’s leaders?
A new program will offer five single-day sessions for 21 of the region’s school students to nurture the young local leaders of the future.
Wagga’s best and brightest have been picked for a new program, a collaboration between the Committee 4 Wagga and Charles Sturt University (CSU).
The programis designed to nurture aspiring, young local leaders to build a network of Wagga ambassadors.
The Wagga School Leaders Program invites students from seven high schools to attend the sessions with each offering a different outcome.
The content will be built around leadership development, presentation skills and business operation to prepare students for after school.
Each program will take place at CSU or at businesses around the Riverina and include everything from gaining experience with agri-business specialists to trekking the Hume and Hovell walking track.
The program will commence in February, 2016 and conclude in June.
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