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Leaders for Ozaukee's Next Generation (2012-2013)

Ozaukee's professional chambers and organizations have teamed with SCE to present an eight-session leadership certificate series. Created to help grow and develop Ozaukee's future leaders, each session will focus on different management best practices and encourage networking and collaboration beyond the classroom.

Sessions are held at a different Ozaukee location on the third Wednesday of the month from 4-7pm. Sessions include two hours of class time, 30 minutes for networking and a meal (included), and 30 minutes of group project time. Participants work on a community service project throughout the year and will present their project in August to earn a University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Continuing Education Leadership Professional Certificate.

The next series of Leader's for Ozaukee's Next Generation begins Wednesday, September 18 - register today! Contact program manager, Jason Mueller, with any questions: muell223@uwm.edu


Upcoming session locations include:

April 17, 2013
Spectrum Investment Advisors, 6329 W. Mequon Road, Mequon

May 15, 2013
Welcome HOME Bed & Breakfast, 4260 W. Hawthorne Drive, Newburg

August 21, 2013
TBD

   
 
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