The Awareness Washington County directors recently announced that they are currently accepting enrollment forms for the 2021 class.
AWC teaches leadership skills that will help members be more effective leaders and team members.
Participants will gain insight into themselves, learn to understand the leadership strengths of others and develop skills in moving a group forward.
The skills will be useful in the workplace, at home, in the faith community, and whenever working with others.
Executive Director Deni Stempowski said, “We’d love to talk with you about our program. Participation is open to any adult living or working in Washington County.”
Co-director Marji Morris added, ” We can also discuss our COVID-19 modifications, which are designed to keep class members safe and still deliver the same outstanding leadership development.
The class will begin with a 2-day overnight retreat in September at Spring Mill and then will meet one day a month until May.
Interested Washington County residents should contact Deni Stempowski at 440-213-0667 or Marji Morris at 812-216-6505. Prospective class members can also visit the website at www.
awarenesswashingtoncounty.org for more information about the organization..