FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 10, 2010
Cincinnati nonprofit leaders encouraged to apply to EXCEL
Talbert House now accepting applications for Executive Curriculum for Emerging Leaders
CINCINNATI—Local nonprofit managers are encouraged to apply to Executive Curriculum for Emerging Leaders (EXCEL), a year-long leadership training program developed by Talbert House. The deadline to apply is Monday, July 19, 2010.
EXCEL is an intensive leadership curriculum that draws on the expertise of local business executives. This year’s faculty includes executives from Definity Partners, Global Novations, Fifth Third Bank, Michelman, Inc., The Midland Company, Procter and Gamble and US Bank.
The program begins in September. EXCEL also features an individually designed development plan, mentoring, a participant-focused curriculum, project learning, and networking.
EXCEL was designed by Talbert House, ranked as one of the Business Courier’s Tri-State’s 25 largest nonprofits. The program is now in its fifth year with 60 alumni. Organizations that have participated in this program include United Way of Greater Cincinnati, Jewish Vocational Services, Cincinnati Museum Center, Cincinnati Union Bethel, Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio, Cincinnati Area Senior Services, 4C for Children, American Red Cross, Stepping Stones, Pro Seniors, Freestore Foodbank and Alcoholism Council.
Applicants with nonprofit management experience with a bachelor’s (or equivalent) and five years of experience in personnel, budget, policy and procedure, program integrity or similar activities are encouraged to apply.
Application materials can be downloaded from Talbert House’s website at http://www.talberthouse.org/training/excel.html.
Talbert House is a community-wide nonprofit network of social services with 30 proven programs focusing on prevention, assessment, treatment and reintegration. Each year, Talbert House helps 24,000 men, women and children across Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky overcome adversity to become healthy and productive citizens through its programs in community corrections, mental health, substance abuse and welfare-to-work.
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