We are currently accepting applications for Leadership Anchorage 26. Applications are due August 15, 2022; sessions begin in September.
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Leadership Anchorage consists of an initial two-day retreat in September and eight full-day sessions held monthly on Saturdays through May. Sessions are held at different locations throughout the Anchorage area to introduce participants to a range of neighborhoods and community venues.
In addition to the sessions, participants spend approximately 80 hours outside of class on their group projects, meetings with mentors, and preparations/readings for the class.
|09 Sep 2022||Kickoff|
|10 -11 Sep 2022||Retreat|
|15 Oct 2022||Session|
|19 Nov 2022||Session|
|10 Dec 2022||Session|
|14 Jan 2023||Session|
|11 Feb 2023||Session|
|18 Mar 2023||Session|
|08 Apr 2023||Session|
|13 May 2023||Session|
Tuition is $2,000. A monthly payment plan is available and many participants obtain financial support from their employer, personal sponsors, Native Corporations, and other groups. We also offer need-based scholarships - indicate on your application if you are interested in more information.
Check out our LA Alumni Series, 30-minute Q-and-A sessions with alumni:
The Alaska Humanities Forum is a non-profit, non-partisan organization that designs and facilitates experiences to bridge distance and difference – programming that shares and preserves the stories of people and places across our vast state, and explores what it means to be Alaskan.
April 25, 2022 • George Martinez
November 9, 2021 • Nancy Hemsath
September 14, 2021 • Nancy Hemsath