APPLY

CLASS 30 Applications Closed
 

Class 31 Online Application Due: March 15, 2022 11:59 pm

If you have questions, please contact us.

Welcome CENTRL Candidate!

We appreciate your interest in a once-in-a-lifetime leadership journey with Project CENTRL!  Over 650 leaders have completed the leadership program since the first class started in 1983.  Project CENTRL is seeking candidates who will continue a proud tradition of civic engagement now and for years to come. 


The links to the Online Application Packet may be found above. Please review all of the information in the Application Reference Guide before submitting your online application.  It is your responsibility to have a completed Online Application submitted to the CENTRL office before March 15 11:59 p.m.  


The Online Application Packet includes:

  • The Online Application, 
  • Two Recommendations (from non-family members; to be submitted online by each reference)
    The two recommendations you list on your application are the ones the selection committee will review.  If you submit more than two recommendations, they will not be considered in the selection process.
  • An Employer Approval Form (to be completed online by your employer. If you are the owner, please complete yourself)  
Only applicants with completed Online Application packets may be considered for an interview.  Selection is competitive, and made by Project CENTRL Board of Directors serving on the Selection Committee.  
Candidates are encouraged to visit with Project CENTRL Alumni to learn about their experiences in the leadership program.  

A the list of  is here: Frequency Asked Questions.

If you have any further questions, please contact Scott Koenig, Executive Director,  scott@centrl.org or 602-827-8227.

Thank you for your interest in Project CENTRL!

Sincerely, 


George Seperich,  President, CENTRL Board of Directors


Arizona Center for Rural Leadership

4341 E Broadway Road
Phoenix, Arizona 85040
602-827-8227
Arizona Center for Rural Leadership is a Public Private Partnership with The University of Arizona.



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