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Forty years of intentional excellence : the history of the Center for Leadership Development / Julie Young.

Young, Julie. (Author).
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Shelby Co PL - Shelbyville Main Library 362.71 YOU (Text) 78731000512969 New NF Available -

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  • Physical Description: ix, 87 pages : illustrations, maps, color photographs ; 22 cm
  • Publisher: Indianapolis, Indiana : Indiana Historical Society Press, 2017.

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Bibliography: p.87.
Formatted Contents Note:
Center for Leadership Development timeline -- Introduction -- The State of the Union, 1976 -- The Center for Leadership Development's mission and vision is born -- Self-discovery/career exploration project -- Building bonds, acknowledging achievement -- Growing with the times -- Passing the torch -- A new home -- The college prep institute -- The impact of the Center for Leadership Development -- A vision of the future -- Conclusion -- Bibliography.
Summary, etc.:
In Indianapolis, Indiana, there is an organization that is charged with developing the human resources of a specific population segment. It is called the Center for Leadership Development. Conceived in the mind of a visionary businessman and built in cooperation with Lilly Endowment and the Indiana University School of Business, the CLD is dedicated to improving the quality and quantity of minorities in business and the professions through programs for minority youth, minority professionals, and the recognition of minority achievers across a broad spectrum of fields. This is the CLD story.
Subject: Minority youth.
African American youth.
Community development.
Minority business enterprises.
Minorities--Vocational guidance.
Leadership--Study and teaching.

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