SALT LAKE CITY — The Salt Lake City Human Rights Commission is offering a fellowship for Leadership Utah, a 10-month program designed by the Salt Lake Chamber.
The program's goal is encouraging diverse residents to become strong community and business leaders, according to a city press release
Leadership Utah acquaints participants with processes, programs and challenges that currently exist within the community and provides access to a network of local leaders and resources.
The 2013-14 Leadership Program, which gathers once a month, is scheduled to begin in September and will run until July 2014. An essay and resume are required with submission of the fellowship application.
For information on qualifications and program details, visit the Salt Lake City Office of Diversity & Human Rights website, www.slcgov.com/ODHR. Applications are due by July 5.
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