Refugee Leadership Training Program
Helping Refugees Become Better Community Leaders.
Refugees learn to support their communities through specific curriculum centered around Government, Community and Family
SLCC offers both a youth and adult 10 and 15-week course to ensure the refugee communities are creating leaders for tomorrow and for the next generation.
Topics center around 3 pillars—Government, Community, and Family leadership. Each week subject matter experts instruct students on topics like public speaking, conflict resolution, budgeting & finance, government and civics, and community resources.
Gain confidence in leading your community through the cultural and ethnic challenges refugees face every day.
Meet and learn from current community leaders who train and educate our students each week on the real issues and challenges refugees face in Utah. Help your communities navigate challenges through proven leadership skills designed to give you confidence and resources to support your communities and your families.
Learn how to raise money for your non-profit or community organization.
Learn to navigate cultural and community conflict. Learn about government structure and how to advocate for your community.
Improve your public speaking and communication skills to be the voice of your respective community in public forums.
As the leaders of tomorrow, gain confidence in how you can help your community solve problems and gain access to resources
Adult refugees ages 20+
Youth refugees ages 14-19
SLCC and DWS have assembled qualified professional instructors and mentors who teach each topic.