City congratulates the new graduates of its first Community Leadership Program.
22-week course, which began in July last year, was tailored for local residents
and focused on learning new skills, building confidence, networking and
the planned graduation ceremony was unfortunately cancelled last week due to
health advice in relation to coronavirus, the future leaders will still receive
official certificates of completion to mark their achievement.
earn a place in the inaugural program, which was funded by the City, applicants
were asked to pitch a novel project idea that would benefit the community.
13 successful participants were mentored by City of Greater Geelong leaders,
including the mayor, councillors and directors.
then used their newfound knowledge to design and deliver their community
included musical workshops in Corio and Norlane, a neighbourhood walk in Waurn
Ponds and community stakeholder meeting in Ocean Grove.
- Kambiz Ahadpour
- Luke Anderson
- Emma Bottomley
- Ian Campbell
- Bel Campbell
- Azadeh Doosti
- Josh MacKay
- Helen Mahar
- Alex Marshall
- Ali Shaterzadeh
- Jennifer Tuck
- Vicky Dunmore
- Mukhles Habash
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with similar programs on our website.
Greater Geelong Mayor Stephanie Asher
to the graduates of our first Community Leadership Program.
was a pleasure to work with the participants and help their visions become
is proud to provide programs that support future leaders and nurture bold ideas
that benefit the community.