Leadership CREW 2020
This program is full for 2020
2020 Class (pictured above in alphabetical order with co-chairs, Tina Renee McCall and Sara Silvio Benson): Cicely Anderson, Cristina Anderson, Reshell Baldini, Janelle Beasley, Karmen Blackwell, Michelle Boyd, Lori Caillouet, Yasmeen Callum, Daniela Castellon, Hillary Fentress, Lauren Garren, Christen Haussig, Anamaria Hazard, Michelle Jenkins, Rebecca Jordan, Trina Joseph, Brenda Lee, Marcia Nally, Laura Prewett, Detra Reid, Abby Schmit, Katie Smith, Heidi Swygert, Susan Turner, Stephen Wells, Lisa White, Angie Witz, Laura Young
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
HOW DO I APPLY FOR THIS PROGRAM?
All applicants are required to obtain a nomination from a Leadership Program Alumna member and complete a program application. We encourage interested applicants to proactively ask for a nomination from CREW committee chairs, CREW Atlanta board members or CREW Leadership Alumnae.
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IS AN ASSOCIATE MEMBER ELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROGRAM?
HOW MUCH IS THE PROGRAM TUITION?
$2,750 for the annual program including all costs such as materials, lodging, food.
WHEN IS TUITION DUE?
Payment is due in full by Oct. 31 of the same year of application submission.
WHAT IS THE TIME COMMITMENT FOR THE LEADERSHIP PROGRAM?
Opening overnight retreat to be held in mid-January. Monthly sessions 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., February - September. The Closing retreat, which is an overnight commitment, will be held in mid-October. Graduation will be conducted in November.
WHAT IS THE DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING AN APPLICATION?
Application packets will be accepted in the summer of 2021 for the class of 2022.
WHEN DO I FIND OUT IF I HAVE BEEN SELECTED TO PARTICIPATE IN THE PROGRAM?
You will be notified of your acceptance by September 2.
WHAT ARE SAMPLE TOPICS IN THE LEADERSHIP CURRICULUM?
Conflict resolution, presentation skills, financial awareness, time management, personality testing/awareness, and team building are among the many topics presented and facilitated by well-known and carefully selected speakers.
HOW MANY MEMBERS WILL PARTICIPATE IN THE LEADERSHIP PROGRAM?
The class will include approximately 30 CREW members comprised of a diverse group of individuals with various backgrounds and experience.
WHAT IS THE CRITERIA FOR DETERMINING HOW MEMBERS ARE SELECTED FOR THE PROGRAM?
Applications will be evaluated on criteria that include demonstrated or potential leadership, community involvement, and individual achievements in the candidate's professional position, community or CREW organization.
WHAT IS THE SELECTION PROCESS?
CREW members who have been nominated and are interested in participating in the program will be required to complete the attached application. Applications will be evaluated on criteria that include demonstrated or potential leadership, community involvement, and individual achievements in the candidate's professional position, community or CREW organization. The class will include approximately 25 to 30 CREW members comprising of a diverse group of individuals in background and experience.
I NEED TO MISS ONE OF THE SESSIONS. CAN I STILL GRADUATE?
As is the case of all similar leadership programs, we have established an attendance policy. All participants must attend the opening retreat and closing retreats in January and October. Inability to attend the opening retreat would require withdrawal from the class (no tuition refunded) and inability to attend the October retreat would result in the participant not graduating (no tuition refunded). The dates for sessions are provided in the commitment letter. Due to the cohesive nature of the entire program, missing more than one (1) session will result in the participant not graduating; participant will be permitted to attend all remaining sessions. Unless otherwise posted or announced, all sessions will begin promptly at 8 a.m. To gain the most from each program, participants are required to be on time.
If you have further questions, please contact chapter director or any Leadership Alumni.