HONOLULU – The Agricultural Leadership Foundation of Hawaii is accepting applications for its latest class in the Agriculture Leadership Program: Class XIII.
The program is for promising leaders from Hawaii’s agriculture, natural resources management and rural community sectors. “Through this program, individuals who have already demonstrated a commitment to lead in their line of work or community activities will develop the knowledge, relationships, tools and skills that will enable them to be more successful in their work and all community endeavors,” said Executive Director Kim Coffee-Isaak.
“For Class XIII, the program is now being opened to professionals in natural resources management,” said Coffee-Isaak, adding that the hope is to “create stronger bridges between Hawaii’s agricultural and conservation communities.”
Recruitment information can be found at www.agleaderhi.org program_recruitment.htm. The deadline is July 2.
For any other questions on the Agriculture Leadership Program, call 947-2914 in Honolulu or visit www.agleaderhi.org.