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Leadership Cleburne

Leadership Cleburne

Leadership Cleburne is a unique program hosted by the Cleburne Chamber. It is a nine-month (Sept.-May) class that gives participants a better perspective into the different businesses and organizations that make up the Cleburne community. The group meets on the second Wednesday of the month within business hours, 8am-5pm. There is one exception to that time frame on State Day in March 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 2021-2022 Leadership Cleburne class are now being accepted by the Cleburne Chamber of Commerce.

Top Reasons to Participate:

  • Gain valuable insight into 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 or email Tara for application. 

Dr. Chris Jackson, Cleburne ISD

"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

"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

Jessica Pounds, Cleburne Times-Review
Scott Lail - CFD Fire Chief

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

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