How are PAL programs funded?
PAL is a self-sustaining non-profit supported by memberships, donations, sponsorships and tuition. 1) Participants in the PAL Leadership Education Program pay tuition, which is far less than the cost of equivalent off-the shelf programs. Tuition includes the 2-day leadership intensive retreat, all course materials, Yavapai College course credit, and a celebratory graduation event. Payment schedules can be arranged and a limited number of scholarships are also made available each year. 2) Events such as Man, Woman, Youth Leaders of the Year include fund-raising to supplement PAL financial resources. 3) The Youth Leadership Academy is free to participants and fully underwritten by PAL. Make a donation here.
Who teaches the leadership education program skill development sessions?
Leadership skill development sessions are led by PAL alumni and other leaders of note in our communities who are professionals in the field of study or who have particular expertise in the topic. Some sessions are taught by staff of Yavapai College.
What programs does PAL offer?
PAL encourages, promotes and recognizes effective leadership in the Quad Cities into the future by offering three programs:
Annual Leadership Education Program for Quad Cities' area individuals 18 years or older
Annual Man, Woman and Youth Leaders of the Year Awards event
Annual Youth Leadership Academy for Quad Cities' area high school youth
How do I apply to the PAL Leadership Education program?
Instructions and the electronic application for the PAL program can be found here.
How do I apply to the Youth Leadership Academy?
Instructions and the electronic application for the Youth Leadership Academy can be found here.
What is the Man, Woman and Youth Leaders of the Year Award?
Click on this link for information about this annual award program sponsored by Prescott Area Leadership to recognize and honor outstanding community leaders.