The Leadership Monterey Peninsula program consists of ten half- and full-day sessions scheduled from September through June of each year. Each session explores and analyzes one or more topics of interest or concern to the community. The Curriculum Committee determines the program, and sessions are chaired by a Curriculum Committee member and LMP alumnus who set the agendas and arrange for speakers.

In addition to the regular program, a series of Fireside Chats allows small groups of LMP participants and alumni to meet informally with community leaders in more focused discussions. The final program component consists of Class Projects chosen with a goal of benefiting the community. Class Projects are researched and developed by teams of 3-6 members from each class, and must be completed prior to graduation.

A call for nominations to the Leadership Monterey Peninsula program goes out each spring. Interviews are conducted in early summer, and successful candidates are notified shortly thereafter.

Scheduled LMP sessions are held in a variety of locations around the community, and include topic overviews, discussion groups, panels of experts, site visits, and workshops in the following areas of study:

  • Regional Economics
  • Local Businesses
  • Agriculture
  • Senior Leaders Round Tables
  • Criminal Justice
  • Public Safety
  • Governmental Districts
  • Health & Human Services
  • Arts & Culture
  • Education & Research
  • Environmental Concerns
  • Community Service
  • Conservation & Development
  • Non-Profit Organizations
  • Team Building
  • Leadership Retreat

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