A partnership between the Economic Development Association of Alabama and Auburn University to educate and engage elected officials, economic and industrial development board members, and other community leaders about key issues in economic and community development.
SPRING 2017 COURSE SCHEDULE Building COMMUNITY
REGISTER NOW! ONLY 2 COURSES LEFT!
This course will cover topics such as citizen engagement, community leadership, collaborative partnerships, physical infrastructure, strategic planning and community development programs and strategies. The course will be offered on the following dates and locations. Register for the session that best fits your schedule.
9:30 am - 3:00 pm ▪ $75 per person Attend the session that best fits your schedule:
April 26 at Central AL Electric Cooperative, Prattville, AL
May 4 at the Cullman Chamber of Commerce, Cullman, AL (This session was re-scheduled from April 5 due to inclement weather.)
You can take courses on a stand alone basis or earn an EDAA Leadership Certificate by completing four of the 1-day core courses and attending at least one summer or winter EDAA Conference. Classes will utilize regional economic development practitioners as instructors and panelists and each course will be offered in locations around the state.
CORE COURSES INCLUDE:
ESSENTIALS of Economic Development Building WORKFORCE Building COMMUNITY Business & Industry MARKETING AND ATTRACTION
Please be aware that there have been some changes to our online registration process and you will be prompted to enter or create a user name and password when registering online. If you have taken previous EDAA Leadership Institute classes and need to be given your user name and password, or need any assistance registering, please call Leslie Hamby at 334-844-4782 or email her at email@example.com. If you have not taken classes with us before and this is your first time registering, you will need to create an account.