Civic Boot CampPrograms
Research has shown that people who are engaged in a community are more likely to stay in the place where they live and work. Young professionals want to work for companies that invest, encourage, and support their engagement in the community and their leadership outside of the work environments.
Civic Boot Camp was designed to help millennials learn how to think about their volunteer work in the community, starting from direct involvement in projects and moving into larger leadership roles on advisory boards down the line. The program was designed to help millennials be reflective about how they want to work in community leadership.
The three-day program focuses on what community leadership is, how to get engaged in solving problems bigger than any one person can do, and how to chart a long-term course for community leadership.
If you want to know other like-minded, young professional this is a place to connect and learn in meaningful ways with peers in other companies and industries who have similar goals outside of a professional career.
This is a way to be more than just reactive about community leadership. This is a chance to step back and think about the most meaningful, and satisfying way to engage in the community.
And Leadership Indianapolis and Civic Boot Camp provide the resources to help you not only chart your path, but also begin to actively engage in the community.