This year’s class consisted of 17 individuals from a variety of backgrounds and industries. Each class is expected to complete a class project that benefits a local nonprofit or “in need” organization.
The Class decided to work on Dillon Park located in the Village of Monticello, which was in need of rehabilitation in an effort to promote outdoor activity.
The work done on the park consists of nature sign postings, wild flower garden preparation and general beautification of the park. This was all in an effort to endorse health living for local residence. “We are giving people motivation to get outside, be active and enjoy this beautiful park,” said Class President Brandon Rubik.
The Leadership Sullivan Program is a platform that expands leadership potential of participants through: educational programs designed to broaden individuals knowledge of the County, improve communication skills, and increase organization and problem solving skills. The program provides an opportunity to thrive in a culture that allows for the advancement of yourself, in addition to the well-being and advancement of those around you. Leadership Sullivan offers real benefits for you, and/or employee, and your community – to enhance potential, become better connected, and get smarter.
For more information on the Class of 2015 Project, please contact the class President – Brandon Rubik email@example.com.
For information on how or your employees can take part in this program, contact Susan Diamond at 845-594-4818 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.