Application Process

By mid May each year  the Flint Hills Regional Leadership Program distributes information on how to apply for the Flint Hills Regional Leadership Program via regional chambers of commerce, media, associates and businesses.

The FHRLP 2018-19 class APPLICATION offering is CLOSED.  The next 2019-20 class application period will be open from May 15-July 15, 2019.  

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Important Dates:
Applications Out . . . . . . . . . . . . May 15, 2018
Application Deadline . . . . . . . . .. July 17, 2018
Notification of Selection . . . . …August 10, 2018
Tuition Due . . . . . . . . . . . . . ….August 30, 2018
Public Announcement . . . …August 31, 2018

Nominations and applications for the program are accepted each July with the new class announced in August.  Up to 30 participants may be selected for the program.  A committee selects participants based on past performance, community involvement, and leadership potential.  The selection process is designed to provide a class reflective of the diverse elements of our region.

All applications not selected for the current year’s class may make application for future classes, but applications are not carried forward.  A new application must be submitted for future classes.

Tuition of $600 is charged after acceptance to cover program costs associated with the sessions.  Participants are responsible for their own transportation to the sessions.  Transportation and meals during the session are provided.

A limited number of partial scholarships via the Ailleen Cray Scholarship Fund are available for those selected who need financial assistance.

More Details Available Here

2018-19 Itinerary

Orientation Retreat Sept. 13 & 14, 2018 Rock Springs Learning Styles – True Colors; Team Building; SWOT & Introduction of “FINDING YOUR PURPOSE” / Junction City and Geary County…Sept. 14  Team Leadership Opportunities, Case-in-point Tours

 

Pottawatomie County – October 4, 2018 Community Collaboration – Adapting to Opportunities and Challenges

Kansas State University – October 25, 2018 Visioning – Creating our future with Investment in Education/Research

Fort Riley – November 15 & 16, 2018 Servant Leadership Conflict Prevention/Management – Threat Assessment /Negotiation Skills

Manhattan/Riley County – December 6, 2018 Entrepreneurship –Infrastructure Investment

Topeka January 17, 2019 Economic Literacy, Collaboration & Compromise Celebration

February 8, 2019 Reflection – CELEBRATION  Host: Wamego, Columbian Theater