LSKC is an annual educational program that provides a forum for current and emerging leaders to learn about issues and opportunities facing South Kansas City and the greater Kansas City area.
Topics pertaining to government, education, public safety, health care, transportation, technology, community service, entrepreneurship, small business, and more, are covered.
How much time is required?
LSKC is a seven-month commitment, beginning in November and ending in June. Participants are asked to dedicate two days each month to the program. On-site, “behind the scenes” tours are scheduled at various Kansas City locations.
LSKC immerses participants in the issues and assets that are essential to Kansas City’s future.
Along the way, you will collaborate and work as a team with fellow LSKC participants, and meet with current Kansas City leaders and business owners who could eventually become trusted contacts or mentors for your business.
$750 First Attendee
$725 each additional attendee
$850 per person
The fee covers class meals, breaks, class materials, and other organizational costs.
What Leadership SKC Graduates Say…
“I have boasted about this engaging leadership class to so many people and even presented my amazingly fun and educational experiences to my company’s upper management. I have a newly-found appreciation for all the resources that Kansas City has to offer and now have a collection of fantastic contacts, including many new friends. My company plans to offer this awesome leadership class opportunity to a different lucky employee each year!”
Suzy Fansher, Spire
“The Leadership Kansas City class is something that I would recommend to anyone who’s interested in learning more about Kansas City and what goes on behind the scenes. I was able to gain a better understanding of how the city operates and learn more about some of the businesses that make KC what it is. The whole experience was well planned, organized, and FUN!”
Maggie Garcia, MCC-Longview
The LSKC Program was a great opportunity and fun experience for me to learn about the Kansas City metro area, as well as being a part of a very diverse group. I thought I knew quite a bit about what KC has to offer since I was born and raised here, but I quickly found out there is so much more!