Leadership Frisco Applications

See a need in our community?

As a resident of Frisco or Frisco ISD, you can be a leader in our community! To do so, you need to be willing to learn about the needs that concern the community, consider how you’d like to see those needs addressed, and then commit yourself to work toward a solution.

Understanding Frisco

The Leadership Frisco program provides participants with an understanding of the many facets of the community, its issues and current goals. Participants will meet many of those who have made our community strong.

We could go on and on here about the benefits of the program, but some of our +470 graduates say it best in our 25th Anniversary video.

Ready to apply for Class XXVI?

First, head to our Leadership Frisco webpage to read the application instructions – that’s important. Next, fill out your application. (Insider Tip: It is recommended that you answer the application questions in a word-processing document and then paste them into the Google form.) Lastly, put the “Meet and Greet” date on  your calendar – while not mandatory, it is a crucial part of the selection process. 

We limit the class size!

We are proud that our leadership program is so popular and has turned out so many great leaders in Frisco – those that sit on boards and commissions, hold public office, or volunteer throughout the city! Our class members don’t take for granted the privilege of being selected. Take a look at our past graduates.

Should you not be accepted into the Leadership Frisco class this year, we encourage you to reapply next year.

No late applications accepted.

As a leader, you get this, right? The application is lengthy and not one to try to tackle 5 minutes before the deadline. We cannot accept late or incomplete applications. Applications are due by 5:00 PM on Wednesday, June 15, 2022. 

Did I mention the importance of attending the “Meet and Greet” on July 12, 2022? Great leaders already have this date on their calendar! 

Where does our leadership program fit into our strategic plan and initiatives? Developing the future leaders for our community is a win-win for everyone and touches our three main initiatives…workforce development, small business ecosystems, and community non-profit assistance.

Looking forward to your continued involvement in our community! 

Until next time,

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