e2 Fellowship Welcomes Community Leaders
Mosaic Life Care Foundation’s e2 Fellowship high school leadership program will welcome community leaders to emPowerU on Tuesday, March 30.
e2 Fellowship is a high school intergenerational leadership program that meets four times throughout the academic year. For this year’s fourth and final session, students will listen to a leader’s story of their real-life leadership challenge and collaboratively recommend how they would solve the dilemma.
Students will hear ethical dilemma stories from Dr Elizabeth Kennedy, Missouri Western State University president and Sara Juarez, JD, Mosaic Life Care director of risk and legal. Devran Brower, director of program operations, said he looks forward to seeing the guests and students work together.
“Hearing from community members will help prepare young leaders for the tough ethical decisions they will need to make during their career,” Brower said.
To end the session, participants will be presented with a certificate for their completion of the e2 Fellowship program. This year, emPowerU welcomes nine regional schools from: Albany R-III, Bishop LeBlond High School, East Buchanan C-I, Jefferson C-123, Northeast Nodaway R-V, Riverside USD 114, South Holt R-I, St. Joseph Christian and Troy Unified School District.
e2 Fellowship welcomes teams of three, two high school students and one adult sponsor, in the Foundation’s 31 county service region. This challenge-based program enhances the skills of emerging and experienced leaders. It is designed to deepen the commitment to education and develop the skills necessary for creating healthy and thriving communities.
The Foundation’s Board of Trustees has approved funding to make the e2 Fellowship program free of charge through the next five years.
For more information on emPowerU programming opportunities, please contact Devran Brower at 271.7910 or firstname.lastname@example.org.