Develop your personal leadership style and
practical leadership skills at The Ohio State University John Glenn College of Public Affairs.
We all know that Leadership Skills and Military Service go hand in hand. Small unit leadership is the foundation of the U.S. Military’s strength. Ask any Marine, they’ll tell you that NCOs are the Backbone of the Marine corps. Many service members have even held leadership billets that outstrips their own rank. As Veterans, however, learning how to use our leadership skills in the civilian workforce can be challenging. It can sometimes feel like we’re speaking a different language from the business leaders who hire us. That’s why The Ohio State University John Glenn College of Public Affairs in collaboration with the National Veterans Memorial and Museum is thrilled to share this opportunity to obtain a Certificate in Public and Nonprofit Leadership for Veterans.
Participants of this course will deepen their self-awareness about leadership and how to lead others in the civilian workforce while further developing their personal leadership style. This is a great opportunity for VetCV Community Members who already have a degree to obtain a graduate level certification, but can also benefit those with a high school degree or GED.
The Public and Nonprofit Leadership for Veterans course consists of 12 one-day classes which are 100% online with face-to-face instruction and is six hours of academic credit for OSU. Tuition assistance and financial aid is available to qualifying applicants.
The next course starts January 14, 2022 and runs to April 22, 2022.
The deadline to apply is November 12.
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