Labor Vision host Autumn Guillotte is joined by Erica Hammond to talk about this year’s Leadership for a Future (LFAF) program.
LFAF is an organizing development program for current and emerging leaders that fosters diverse connections and relationships while providing participants with the skills necessary to “become the change they wish to see” in Rhode Island.
This program generates a powerful, committed, and diverse network of graduates who have taken the time to understand one another, learn from each other and take action together. This network is imperative in order to achieve the shared goals of economic and social justice for ALL Rhode Islanders.
The 2023 Leadership for a Future (LFAF) program will be in late winter and consist of one MANDATORY overnight weekend retreat and ten (10) Monday evening sessions.
The Monday sessions will run from 4:30 PM to 8:00 PM (including dinner) and will be held at the Institute for Labor Studies & Research (1540 Pontiac Ave, Suite-A, Cranston, RI 02920).
Retreat: Friday – Saturday, February 17-18th
First Session: Monday, March 6th
*Childcare, ride/transportation, and access accommodations information in form below.*
To be eligible, individuals must:
~ commit to the MANDATORY overnight retreat
~ commit to attending 8 out of the 10 Monday evening sessions
~ submit this completed interest form by Friday, February 10, 2023
Click here to learn more about the LFAF program:
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