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Leadership program seeks applicants for new class




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Texas Agricultural Lifetime Leadership Program is seeking applicants for its new class, which will begin in July.

The lifetime leadership program is a two-year leadership development program managed by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service. Applications for the newest class, Class XIV, are due Saturday, March 15. Application forms are online at http://tall.tamu.edu.

The program invests 455 hours of intensive training per person in seminars, speakers, and domestic and international study trips over two years. It is equivalent to the time spent obtaining a master’s degree in agriculture.

The typical class size is about 25, and tuition is $3,000.

Participants include traditional crop producers, ranchers, bankers, and attorneys, as well as those who work in lumber, food processing, agricultural corporations, and horticultural industries.
 

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