Thank you for your interest in Leadership McLean County!
Applications are currently closed for the Class of 2022. Applications for the Class of 2023 will open in Spring 2022.
Please fill out this form if you are interested in receiving communication regarding future classes.
Develop and cultivate your skills, awareness, and engagement through intentional learning experiences for the betterment of McLean County.
Here’s what LMC can do for you:
- Develop informed, vigorous citizen leadership skills capable of understanding community problems, fact-finding, analyzing and influencing the decisions based on these facts.
- Create awareness of the community by utilizing talents of committed citizens to work with responsible voluntary positions with non-profit, civic and citizen organizations within the community.
- Provide you with a broad understanding of public issues, workings of state and local government, civic challenges facing all of us and the role the community play in problem-solving.
Classes tentatively take place every other Friday from September through April covering a variety of topics & skill development, both in the classroom and through “hands-on” experiences. Class members also participate on a "Leaders On Loan Task Force Project" team to create implementable solutions to a community issue.
Leadership McLean county does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, gender, age, disability, religion, sexual orientation or national origin in any of its activities.