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Leadership Victoria is a community-based, voluntary organization committed to developing, supporting and celebrating leadership as a critical part of a vibrant community.

  • Community Leadership Development Program

    Are you seeking a real-life, real-time opportunity to learn leadership practices and put your personal values into action? Leadership Victoria’s flagship Community Leadership Development program is a unique experience that will inspire, challenge and develop your “inner leader”. We bring together people who are passionate about our community, from all sectors of our economy: business, government, and not-for-profit. Through a series of face-to-face Community Learning Days, participants develop leadership competencies that are put to the test in a nine-month Community Action Project which achieves a lasting positive impact. Applications are now open for our 2016-17 class, which begins September 2016. We invite you to explore more!
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    We're Hiring a Community Outreach Coordinator

    Are you fanatical about communication and want to make a difference to a non-profit organization that has “potential” written all over it? Do you want to practice your social media skills, help put on terrific events, and learn-by-doing fundraising and sponsorship marketing? Are you organized, reliable, picky about details, and still easy to be around? Do you feel passionately about spelling, grammar, and punctuation? (#OxfordCommaForever) If all of this describes you, then you might be just the right person to be our Community Outreach Coordinator.  Read on!
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    Positive impact through bringing together partners

    Leadership Victoria celebrated our 15th graduating class in the Community Leadership Development Program last Wednesday. While there will be more pictures and another blog post coming about that, today I want to share something that makes me really proud to be part of the Leadership Victoria family as Executive Director. Each of our four Community Action Project teams made a presentation about their projects, and as I listened and watched their stories, something really important stuck out to me: the many new partnerships that have formed this year through these projects. While often the eye is drawn to the tangible result of the projects (life skills training, bikes, benches, and a garden), a longer-lasting positive impact for the community comes from the partnerships and new relationships among organizations and people in the community.
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