Monday, July 13, 2009

LWVMNEF recruiting mentors for LOTT Fellows!

The annual LOTT conference is known to be a thought-provoking experience for many, and a life-changing experience for some. I'm excited to have been a part of LOTT's Advisory Committee for the past several years and look forward now to supporting its programming into the next phase! See below for the official announcement about the expanded programming and search for talented professional women mentors for the first round of LOTT Fellows! Contact Allie Moen (amoen@lwvmn.org) for an application form or for more details.

League of Women Voters Minnesota Education Fund (LWVMNEF) is proud to announce a new beginning for Leaders of Today and Tomorrow (LOTT) an ongoing leadership development program.

LOTT was founded in 1993 and for 14 years produced an annual seminar bringing together college-aged women with women in public policy leadership roles. The annual seminar has been an excellent opportunity for young women to form relationships, identify mentors and develop future employment and leadership skills.

LWVMNEF is expanding LOTT from a single annual seminar to an ongoing leadership program which supports young women over time with a consistent alumni network. The expanded LOTT Fellowship Program will provide five months of leadership programming and support to ten outstanding young women and the needed support for goal development and achievement, resulting in a clearly defined vision for themselves as future leaders.

We greatly appreciate your support of the LOTT Fellows Program, and look forward to your continued partnership in taking the program to the next level. Outstanding mentors will be key elements of a successful new fellows program. We ask for your assistance in recruiting high-quality mentor applicants who can help us get the new program off to a strong start. Please share this announcement within your organization and/or with women who you think would be a great fit for the LOTT Fellows Program. To learn more, see the LOTT website announcement or contact LWVMN Program Director, Allie Moen at 651-224-5445 or at amoen@lwvmn.org.

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