D. Smith, ed goodlettLeadership Clark County is celebrating 20 years of service to our Southwest Washington community!

Through practical, action-oriented, hands-on experiences, Leadership Clark County (LCC) graduates emerge with an in-depth knowledge of our community and strong leadership skills.

LCC graduates are everywhere, rolling up their sleeves and making a difference.

Our graduates have gone on to legislative service, nonprofit board service, business leadership and educational service, and many others provide behind-the-scenes support with countless volunteer hours and financial assistance. Our graduates are active and concerned participants in our community’s most important issues.

No matter what role they play, they’re working to create a community that works for all of us and the generations to come. That’s the kind of leadership LCC is all about!


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Upcoming Events

  • Events on July 28, 2014
    Nominations Due! Outstanding Alumnus 2014 Award.
    Starts: 12:00 am
    Ends: July 29, 2014 - 12:00 am
    Description: Email or mail your nomination to LCC. ALL ALUMNI Reminder - Plan to join us in October to celebrate the Outstanding Alumnus of 2014. More event details soon. Questions? Contact Denise at LCC or Alumni Co-Chair Carol Davis at cdavis68@gmail.com

What’s New

LCC announces Request for Class Projects Proposal!

LCC seeks proposals from community nonprofits and public agencies for project concepts for the next LCC class. Proposals are due to LCC by August 15, 2014.

Successful proposers will be notified by October 1, 2014 and begin work with their project teams in late October 2014. These projects must be completed prior to class graduation June 2015. Download the RFP and two attachments here:

2015 Projects RFP-July 10

LCC RFP Attachment A-Project Policies