One year program, Leadership Beaverton provides training through interactive community learning experiences and service project.
The Class of 2020 is doing a quick fundraiser with full-on determination to purchase 700 jump ropes to be sent home with the elementary students of this amazing school. Summer is just about here and we want everyone to have something to play with and stay active. Can you help? Donations are 100% tax deductible through the LB Foundation as a 501C3 위닉스 다운로드.
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Leadership Beaverton Mission
To engage a diverse network of citizens and business leaders that are inspired and empowered through education and awareness to take action to improve their communities.
Leadership Beaverton is dedicated to the belief that everyone has something to contribute to the health and success of our communities 다운로드. We will create awareness among citizens to inspire them to action. We will cultivate civic leaders and build relationships with stakeholders. By 2020 Beaverton’s non-profit and service organizations will have strong leadership on their boards and engaged volunteers. Effective elected officials will serve in government agencies that impact Beaverton, city of Beaverton neighborhood groups, commissions and boards.
Meet our Board of Directors:
Randy Bresee, Past Chair of the Board
Rosie Curry, Treasurer, Columbia Bank
Lani Faith, Chair, Beaverton Arts Foundation
Mary Grimes, Heritage Bank
Kimberly Herder, Project Lead the Way
Diya Khothule, 71 and Change
Toni Loch, Family Justice Center of Washington County
Julie Rocha, THPRD
Tyler Ross, PayneWest Insurance
Jeannine Rustad, Chair Elect, THPRD
Maureen Wheeler, Beaverton School District
Leadership Beaverton grew from a desire for more knowledgeable volunteers, board members and elected officials in the city. The purpose of Leadership Beaverton is to provide training so that better decisions are made in our community. Each summer 25 students are accepted for the program, which runs from September through May.
Students dedicate one full day a month to an interactive community learning experience 단어 찾기 퍼즐 다운로드. They increase experience presentations and discussions on topics that include Beaverton history, government, human services and quality of life. When the program concludes, participants have a better understanding of how our community has developed and what needs to exist.
Each graduating class completes a service project fulfilling a community need…
The 1999 class built the first Habitat for the Humanity home in Beaverton 다운로드.
The class of 2002 planned Senior PALs Day, an open house at the Beaverton Police Activities League for PAL youth members and local senior citizens, to foster relationships between youth and seniors.
The class of 2005 worked to produce a public awareness campaign about IgiveWhereIlive.net – a community resources that connects people in Washington County to local charities to keep our giving local 산돌네오고딕 윈도우 다운로드!
The class of 2006 worked for the Oregon Food Bank and has raised $6,000 for the Care-to-Share backpack program to purchase and supply an additional 300 backpacks for needy students in the Beaverton School District.
The 2008 class is working on a variety of ways to raise dollars for the Homeless Youth program for the Beaverton School District. Join them by supporting their efforts through the Tualatin Hills Parks Foundation June 14th Hike-n-Bike 포토 웍스 다운로드. Bike, hike, walk or pledge your support.
2009 has created TAKE CARE OF BEAVERTON week – May 4 – 9th. They are collecting good for Sunshine Pantry, Beaverton Clothes Closet and Elsie Stuhr Center.
The class of 2010 did 3 projects! Boxers for Beaverton (supporting St. Mary’s Home for Boys & the BSD Homeless Youth program), Adopted room at the Good Neighbor Center and the Domestic Violence Resource Center’s Monika’s House 다운로드!
The class of 2011 project was “The Awning of a New Day” – they raised over $40,000 to build a permanent canopy structure to keep customers of the Beaverton Family Resource Center and Beaverton Clothes Closet of the BSD to ensure a comfortable environment – out of the rain, snow and sunshine – for those in need. See a Video!
The 2012 class hosted Home Runs for Homeless Youth, a Kickball Tournament that raised more than $13,000 for a HomePlate Youth Services hosted drop-in center in Beaverton 다운로드. The first class project for the Class of 2012 was the amazing Library of more than 1,500 books and bookcases installed at the Beaverton Salvation Veteran’s Home & Family Center.
The Class of 2013 helped to produce the newly relaunched Beaverton PAL’s fundraiser dinner and auction, raising more than $14,000 for the organization.The Class of 2014 raised money and to build and expansive outdoor animal care area at Monika’s House for the DVRC 다운로드. Total monies raised was $21,123 and hundreds of man hours donated to the planning and construction.The Class of 2015 created a campaign – “Change for Beaverton” raising over $10,000 for SARC, BEF, HomePlate, and
The Class of 2016 created, hosted and executed “Beaverton Awareness Day”. Over 40 non-profits participated in a tabling event showcasing the amazing work they do in Beaverton and recruited volunteers and resources. The 4 hour event boasted over 2,500 guests that came through and learned about the needs in our community.
The Class of 2017 purchased school supplies for all of the students at the newly rebuilt Vose Elementary School to ensure this Title 1 school opened with a fresh and fabulous start for these special students.
The Class of 2018 produced the Great Bed Race to benefit Family Promise of Beaverton on June 2nd. Stay tuned for results and amazing pictures. To be a part of it, go to the Family Promise Website.
The Class of 2019 is working to refresh and improve the Salvation Army Veteran’s Family Shelter on Farmington Road. We’ll share pictures once the big day is finished.
Tuition for the program is $795 (Preferred Chamber Partners) and $895 (Non-Partners) and includes lunchtime meals on each program day. Scholarships are available to participants who cannot afford the full tuition and whose companies do not provide funding for professional development. Scholarships are usually partial and average $200.