This unique program hosted by the Cleburne Chamber is a nine-month (Sept.-May) developmental class that gives you a better perspective into the different businesses and organizations that make up the Cleburne community. The class meets on the second Wednesday of the month within business hours, 8am-5pm. There is one exception to that which is State Day in March, held the 3rd Wednesday of the month to avoid conflicts with spring break. Also, it is an extended time frame because it involves a one-day trip to Austin. Session topics include; city, county, and state government, healthcare, education, economic development, and quality of life.
Applications for the 2019-2020 Leadership Cleburne class are now being accepted by the Cleburne Chamber of Commerce. The next class will begin with Orientation on September 11, 2019 and conclude with Graduation on May 13, 2020.
Top Reasons to Participate:
- Gain valuable insight of the businesses and organizations that make up our community
- Build meaningful professional relationships with established & emerging leaders
- Expand your knowledge of city, county, and state government
- Grow as a leader
- Identify opportunities to serve in the community
Call the Chamber office for more details, 817-645-2455.
"Whether you are a life-long resident of Cleburne, or have recently moved to the area, the relationships you make during Leadership Cleburne will positively impact you for years to come." --Scott Lail, CFD Fire Chief
"I am so grateful I was able to be a part of Leadership Cleburne. I learned so many things about Cleburne, Johnson County and our state. I came away from the class with a true appreciation for so many different parts of Cleburne I was unaware of before. Plus, I made some great friends!" --Jessica Pounds, Cleburne Times-Review
"Leadership Cleburne provided me the opportunity to witness the diversity of our community and connect with the multiple organizations - public and private - serving Johnson County. Don't pass up an opportunity to be a part of Leadership Cleburne!" --Dr. Chris Jackson, Cleburne ISD