In Loveland U Citizens' Leadership Academy, you will encounter an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the Loveland community. Participants will obtain first-hand knowledge and provide valuable input and feedback into the issues, plans, and activities in the community.
Each session will analyze areas of community concern, provide opportunities for open dialogue among participants with diverse perspectives, examine leadership styles, and ultimately establish a new network of community trustees committed to the greater good.
Loveland U is an adult learning environment with practical exercises that help relate a topic to real world experiences by identifying an issue, educating on how one might address it, and then allowing teams of participants to apply their knowledge, with minimal lecture time.
Gain a "Behind the Scenes" Look at Loveland
Loveland U runs from September through November in evening sessions. Classes are held weekly and last approximately three hours each, including a meal.
Participants will experience:
- 10 unique workshops
- Guest speakers
- Off-site tours
- Debates, deliberations & discussions
- Interactive simulation exercises
You'll learn from these valued community partners:
- Loveland Museum Center
- Loveland Police
- Little Miami Conservancy
- Loveland-Symmes Fire Dept.
- Planning & Zoning Dept.
- Loveland Stage Company
- City Council/Finance Dept.
- Loveland City Schools
- Public Works
A fee of $99 will offset the cost associated with materials and meals at all sessions and shows us you value your commitment to the program.
For further information or to take advantage of this unique opportunity, please contact Loveland U Director Rob Weisgerber at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the interest of fostering diverse perspectives and enhancing participants’ experience, candidates are selected to achieve a balanced class. You must live or work in the City of Loveland to be eligible, or you may also be a member of a civic organization based in Loveland.