Hispanic Leadership Institute-Copper Corridor
The Hispanic Leadership Institute-Copper Corridor (HLI-Copper Corridor) is a 10-week leadership institute to educate and assist individuals in developing their leadership skills to take an active role in the community by serving on a nonprofit/government board or commission. HLI-Corridor will train individuals, foster civic engagement, and assist participants to realize their fullest potential as community leaders.
The mission of HLI-Copper Corridor is to promote individual development for increased participation in leadership roles and to serve as a principal education and networking resource for expertise and advocacy on leadership issues impacting Arizona communities. HLI-Copper Corridor will proactively assist participants with tools and skills to prepare for leadership roles at the local level and beyond.
HLI-Copper Corridor is a competitive application process open to all individuals of diverse backgrounds.
The HLI-Copper Corridor curriculum offers participants the opportunity to engage the foremost business and public policy authorities in a continuing dialogue about leadership and issues important to residents of the Copper Corridor. The curriculum builds from the participants’ experiences and emphasizes professional and personal development.
Program Information and Application Process
- Sessions for HLI-Copper Corridor Class of 2019 begin in September 2019.
- Sessions will be held in Superior and Aravapia, Arizona, unless otherwise noted.
- Sessions are for 10 weeks and are from 6 pm-9 pm. There is also a mandatory all-day Leadership Retreat (date to be determined).
“HLI-Copper Corridor will train individuals, foster civic engagement, and assist participants to realize their fullest potential as community leaders.”