SNA Future Leaders Program April 26-28, 2018 Long Beach, CaliforniaHeld in conjunction with National Leadership Conference (NLC), the SNA Future Leaders Program provides hands-on training to new and future leaders of SNA. Future Leaders are given the opportunity to network with other emerging SNA stars from across the country, hone their leadership and communication skills, and learn from seasoned SNA leaders in a fun and interactive learning environment.
MSNA is looking for upcoming leaders to serve on committees and the MSNA Executive Board.
If you are interested in attending the 2018 Future Leader Program and learning more about becoming a future leader and want to be considered for the SNA Future Leaders Conference, please review the criteria and complete the nomination form and essay, and return it to the MSNA office. You are also able to complete the nomination form electronically by clicking this link. The MSNA Member Services will review and judge all nominations and present names to the Executive Board for approval.
Minnesota School Nutrition Association will cover costs related to attending the 2018 SNA Future Leaders Program scheduled for April 26-28, 2018 in Long Beach, California. If chosen, by attending this conference, you acknowledge that you plan to step into an MSNA state or chapter leadership role within the next three years. The Future Leaders Program is held in conjunction with the SNA National Leadership Conference. You will need signed approval from your district to be away from your position and they acknowledge your future commitment to be a leader with MSNA.
Deadline to apply is January 15, 2018
Nominations received by January 15, 2018 will be reviewed by SNA & MSNA to determine eligibility.
Applications with the 600-word essay will be due back to MSNA by January 15, 2018
Applications will be processed by MSNA and sent to the Member Services Committee for judging.
·Scholarship Recipients will be notified by February 1, 2018.
Questions: Please contact the MSNA office at 877-251-2344
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