Participants are expected to attend orientation, a one-day retreat and program days August through December that are intended to enhance community awareness and participate on a class project. The topics of program days include history, diversity, volunteering, government, transportation, culture, faith, criminal justice and transportation.
Working with the M3 Projects Chair, each class will complete a community project. Some examples of past projects include working shows at the Larry Keeton Theatre at FiftyForward Donelson Station, volunteering at Second Harvest Food Bank and cleaning signs at Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage.
M3 Leadership Class members are encouraged to volunteer in their community.
- Assure that all participants are seen and heard in equal ways
- Explore new volunteer opportunities
- Learn more about the community
- Discover personal leadership skills
- Experience the value of relationships
- Share your knowledge
- Help our community grow
- Identify community needs and wants
- Promote community identity
- Rejuvenate your life
To participate in this program, complete the application and follow the application guidelines.