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Become an LWC Partner in 3 Easy Steps

Step 1 - Choose a Sponsor Level

INNOVATOR

  • Company logo/name on sign at each of the LWC nine (9) sessions
  • Company logo/name on a sign at Welcome Reception and Graduation
  • Company logo/name with link on LWC website – homepage and sponsor page
  • Company logo/name with link on LWC FB page – five (5) posts during 2016-2017- (Thankful Tuesday)
  • LWC Twitter Follow with five (5) Tweets during 2016-2017
  • 1 Guest Blog subject matter pertaining to Leadership and company’s business) on LWC website
  • Company logo/name with link on mass communication emails to over 800 recipients
  • Opportunity to speak to at a “lunch and learn” during an LWC session

STRATEGIC

  • Company logo/name and link on the sponsor page of LWC website
  • Company logo/name on sign at Welcome Reception and Graduation
  • Company logo/name with link on LWC FB page – three (3) posts during 2016-2017 (Thankful Tuesday)
  • LWC Twitter Follow with three (3) Tweets during 2016-2017
  • Company logo/name on mass communication emails to over 800 recipients

DEVELOPER

  • Company name listed on LWC website on sponsor page
  • Company logo/name and link on LWC FB page- One (1) post during 2016-2017 (Thankful Tuesday)
  • LWC Twitter Follow with one (1) Tweet during 2016-2017

Step 2 - Contact the LWC

Give Us a Call!
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Get in Touch Via Online Portal
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Get in Touch Via Email or USPS
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Step 3 - Watch the LWC Website

Look for your partnership on our website, Facebook, and Twitter.

Why Invest in the LWC?

According to 2014-2015 Class Final Survey:

  • 88.89% of participants felt that after participating in the LWC program they were prepared to become a board member to a nonprofit organization.
  • 88.9% of participants felt Strength-Based learning was beneficial to their own self-discovery and in managing others.

How do the LWC Classes Measure Up?

On a scale from1-5, 1 being the worst and 5 being the best…

  • Justice Day- Received an overall avg rating of 4.48 “I think both the courthouse tour and the talk with the court administrator was the most valuable part of our day. Learning both how the individual work separately and together and to hear how our growth as a county is impacting their workload and the types of things they are working on was very valuable.” – Class 15 Participant
  • Education System- Received an overall avg rating of 4.19 “Dr. Tori Haring-Smith and Mike Chaido were AMAZING to listen to. Dr. Haring-Smith was very informative and I found her presentation so interesting. Mike was hilarious and presented the information in a great way.” – Class 15 Participant
  • Business & Economic Development- Received an overall avg of 4.57 “Learning about the economic development side of Washington County, in general. This is a subject with which I was not very familiar before having a chance to speak with the guests.” – Class 15 Participant
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"As a new resident of Washington County, the Leadership Washington program was good at helping introduce me to the county, our resources, and other key leaders within our region."

Photo and Testimonial courtesy of Brook Ward, Chief Operating Officer (Washington Health System)