Want to learn more about America’s founding principles and equip yourself to helping restore America’s founding principles?
Then join me Thursday evening at the
Leadership Program of the Rockies
Southern Colorado Recruitment Event
Thursday ~ August 9th
6:00 – 8:00pm
Jack Quinn’s Irish Pub
21 South Tejon Street
There is no charge to attend. Cash bar. Business casual.
RSVP online www.LeadershipProgram.org
About the LPR Program
- Emerging Leaders
- Combining the Principles of America’s Founding
- With the Tools of Modern Civic Engagement
- To Solve Colorado’s Most Pressing Challenges
The Leadership Program of the Rockies is America’s premier institute to develop, strengthen, train and equip emerging leaders to reach new heights.
LPR identifies and brings together emerging leaders from the legal, economic, business, university, and political, nonprofit and civic professions to learn how visionary, principle-centered leadership can positively impact their community.
LPR provides a thorough education and grounding for emerging leaders on the principles of American civilization – free enterprise; the rule of law; a vigorous national defense; free speech, elections; limited government – that will continue to be the basis for our prosperity, freedom and well-being in the decades ahead.
LPR gives emerging leaders unique access to current state and national leaders to learn about today’s public policy challenges and what can be done to solve them.
LPR trains emerging leaders in the practical skills – grassroots organizing, media relations, electoral politics, pressure group organization – they will need to effectively bring about solutions to their communities’ top challenges.
How does the LPR work?
The Leadership Program of the Rockies consists of nine full-day sessions, held the second Friday every month, with some exceptions. There will be a 2-day retreat in early spring.
Many of the most recognized and respected experts in the country – including experts on current events, leadership and the political process – lead each session. LPR students are of extremely high caliber and each year’ s class is limited to 65 students to foster collaborative, participatory learning and to maximize interaction among students and presenters.
Students who are selected to participate in the program pay a modest fee and agree to full participation in the program. Scholarship opportunities are available to those who may need financial assistance.
I attended LPR in 2009/2010.
What I learned at LPR boosted my understanding of America’s founding principles and “improved my game” as I continue to reach out to Americans with the facts about freedom. I made valuable contacts and learned more about the issues from expert nationwide speakers. The recruitment event is free, you have nothing to lose and freedom to gain by joining me Thursday evening. Hope to see my readers there.