Leadership Franklin County (LFC)
Leadership Franklin County Community
LFC Community is the flagship leadership program founded in 1985. The mission of LFC Community is : “Developing an inclusive continuum of civic leaders engaged in the advancement of the quality of life in Franklin County” Participants are taken through a nine month course where they learn about leadership and their community.
Applications will be accepted for LFCC class of 2020-2021 in Jan. 2020 – check back for details on how to apply. T
Do you need a volunteer group to help advanced a program, project, or organization? LFC Community might be a good resource for you! Each year, participants in LFC Community are placed into groups and complete a community service project. Project Applications for our next class will be accepted in late spring 2020.
For more information please contact Ginny Harriger at 717-264-7101 ext. 205 or email@example.com.
Leadership Franklin County Youth
LFC Youth began in 2009 with the mission to create a community of young people who are actively engaged in responsible, ethical and effective leadership. The program is open to sophomore high school students in any of the Franklin County school districts. Recruiting occurs during January -March of the student’s freshman year.
Applications are closed for the LFC Youth class of 2019-2020 . Students entering their freshman year in fall 2019 may apply for the next class in early 2020. Check this site for more application information at that time.
Leadership Franklin County Alumni
LFC Alumni stay active and involved in the community. A complete list of LFC Alumni is available here. To stay up-to-date on LFC happenings, sign-up for the LFC e-newsletter or view the e-news archive.
Looking for a non-profit board or committee position in Franklin County where you can make a difference? In 2017 a LFC Community project team created a resource titled Leadership Franklin County Service Opportunities for LFC Graduates available here.
To join the LFC Alumni Committee or for more information on sponsoring, volunteering or participating in these events contact committee chair Michele Ford to volunteer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
LFC Alumni of the Year
Each year LFC acknowledges the accomplishments of an alumni with the LFC Alumni of the Year award. The Alumni Committee of Leadership Franklin County seeks nominations annually starting in January to recognize a Leadership Franklin County graduate who has distinguished themselves in their professional and/or voluntary careers and who has shown continuing service, interest and support in the growth of Franklin County. The winner is honored in May during the LFC Community graduation.
Nominee must be a graduate of the Leadership Franklin County Program for at least three years
(75 %) – Community Services – “The scope and breadth of service nominee has provided, the impact of his/her actions on the community, and involvement in a variety of service initiatives.”
- Role Model/Mentoring
- Recognition & Awards
- Influence/Impact on Community
(25 %) – Professional Service – “Career movement and development, professional recognition, professional accomplishments, and significant contributions to nominee’s profession.”
- Leadership Role/Position
- Longevity of Position
- Professional Affiliations