Each class member of Leadership Monterey Peninsula is required to participate in a class group project during the course of the program. Suggestions for prospective projects with emphasis on the needs and well-being of the community are welcomed.

LMP class projects and group memberships are established in September of each calendar year; presentation of completed projects takes place on LMP Closure Day the following June.

Air Quality Awareness in Schools
Group Members:

Develop an implementation plan for the "Tools for Schools" program of the American Lung Association. Improve the environmental condition of schools in Monterey County through educating school personnel, administrators, and parents.


Boys and Girls Club Computer Auxiliary Project
Group Members:

Provide assistance to the Boys and Girls Club in Seaside for their computer lab program by facilitating resources for curriculum development, recruitment/training, and supervision of primarily volunteer staff, program measurement, and for ongoing computer needs, while developing a sustainable structure and support system that will maintain these levels of resources beyond the end of this project, to ultimately achieve the goal of increasing the usage and practical skills development of the members of the Boys and Girls Club.


Building Leadership Skills for Community Youth
Group Members: Susan Brown, Janna Aldrete, Vernell Daniels, Judy Almond, Marion Gellatly

Development and implementation of a curriculum, Leadership Skills Guide, and presentation materials to be utilized at King Middle School Leadership Class in order to encourage and promote self confidence, basic social skills, and life skills. Development of a list of community leaders to be used as a resource for future leadership classes.


Digging for Monterey's Gold: Promoting the California History Collection at the Monterey Public Library
Group Members:

Work with the Monterey Library to create an imaginative, compelling, multi-faceted public awareness and fundraising campaign for the California History Collection to tie in with the Library's upcoming 150th birthday. Increase the public's awareness and use of the California History Collection, encourage contributions to the Collection of appropriate materials and financial support, and increase active community involvement in the History Collection through programs, volunteerism, and links with local and state organizations.


LMP Yearbook
Group Members: Brian Steckler

Create a visual remembrance that captures the spirit of the LMP Class of 1999 through accurate, creative, contemplative teamwork




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