Our Participants

Leadership Southeast Vermont brings together people of diverse backgrounds, experiences, and views, who have a strong interest in becoming active leaders in their communities. Whether you know very little about the community in which you live, or are already a member of numerous committees, you could be a perfect candidate. Prior experience is not necessary. What is required is a genuine concern about the future of Southern Vermont and a willingness to commit to a personal involvement in the shaping of that future. 

Mission

Leadership Southeast Vermont prepares leaders to affect change in our communities. The program is designed to create an understanding of obligation and commitment to becoming "trustees" of our communities. 

Community Impact

Leadership Southeast Vermont is designed to develop an increased knowledge and understanding of the issues and challenges facing our communities. The curriculum creates an awareness of the needed resources and their ability to meet those challenges.

Our Sessions

​Leadership Southeast Vermont is an intensive interactive program. Each meeting focuses on a community theme. Through presentations, group discussions, field trips, and class projects, participants are immersed in the many aspects and complexities of the issues facing our communities. 

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

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Kelli Dufresne, Class of 2012

LSEVT is a great opportunity to learn about all of the different surrounding communities. Lots of great information and connections with great people.”

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Mark Blanchard, Class of 2005

An excellent way to experience the entire Southeast region. An experience you'll never forget.”

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Kelly Stettner, Class of 2005

My experience with LSEVT helped me to widen my perspective and reach outside the box to connect with new community partners.”

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Christian Craig, Class of 2009

My experience with LSEVT helped me to widen my perspective and reach outside the box to connect with new community partners.”