United Way provides annual development programs for emerging leaders in the Greater Rochester area. These programs boast thousands of alumni with decades of experience serving our community upon graduating from the programs.
AFRICAN AMERICAN LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (AALDP)
The African American Leadership Development Program (AALDP) increases the number and broadens the participation of African Americans in leadership roles in the Greater Rochester community.
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LATINO LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (LLDP)
The mission of the Latino Leadership Development Program is to identify, train and promote the placement of Latinos in policy-making positions of community organizations in order to ensure these organizations are tapping the full potential of the Latino community.
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UNITED COMMUNITY ASSISTANCE NETWORK (UCAN)
For more than 40 years, AFL-CIO Community Services has trained union members to assist troubled co-workers through the Union Community Assistance Network. The curriculum has recently been revised to emphasize the development of relationships with community partners while retaining a focus on member-to-member communications.
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ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (APALDP)
The Asian Pacific American Leadership Development Program (APALDP) focuses on increasing and broadening the participation of Asian Pacific Americans in civic and volunteer leadership roles in the Greater Rochester community. The program encourages community awareness, leadership and networking in the Asian-Pacific community.
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PRIDE LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (PLDP)
The PRIDE Leadership Development Program (PLDP) is designed to broaden participation from the LGBTQ community into influential board leadership roles within the Greater Rochester area. Congrats to the 2018 class of PLDP! Appliations are accepted year round - click here
to apply to be a part of the 2019 class of PLDP. For more information on the program, please contact Wynndy Turner at firstname.lastname@example.org or 585-242-6419.