Applications being accepted for CALP Class 12 beginning in February, 2015. Application deadline is September 1.
Colorado Agricultural Leadership Program (CALP)
Committed to investing in human capital, major companies have spent millions of dollars in leadership development. Although these companies have been developing leaders at an ever-increasing speed, the call to create and nurture the leadership skills of agricultural and rural individuals has largely been unheard.
Answering this call, the Colorado Agricultural Leadership Program (CALP) develops and enhances the leadership capabilities of diverse men and women committed to the future of Colorado’s agricultural and rural communities.
Coaxing a living from the land, providing rural community products and services, agricultural and rural people have significantly contributed to Colorado’s tapestry. CALP enriches this culture through a hands-on, interactive program dedicated to producing graduates with the vision and commitment to lead change and ensure the sustainability of Colorado’s agricultural economies and rural communities. Read more...
Colorado Agricultural Leadership Program
9177 East Mineral Circle
Centennial, CO 80112