How to Apply
Class XXVII Recruitment Receptions
Key West-July 12, Thursday – 6:00-7:30 pm
Key West Tropical Forest and Botanical Gardens
Marathon-July 20, Friday – 6:00-7:30 pm
Crane Point Nature Center and Museum
Islamorada-July 27 ,Friday – 6:30-8:00 pm
Cheeca Lodge, Islamorada
For CLASS XXVII
Application Submission deadline is August 10, 2018
Class XXVII Session Dates
#1 – Sept. 28-29, 2018: Tourism/Economy – Two days & one overnight in Key West
#2 – Nov. 9, 10, 11: Environment – Three days & two overnights in the Everglades
#3 – Dec. 14: Arts/Culture/Media – One day in Key West
#4 – Jan. 11-12, 2019: Law/Military – Two days & one overnight in Key West
#5 – Feb. 1: Health Care – One day in Key West
#6 – Feb. 22: Human Services – One day in Key West
#7 – March 8: Emergency Management – One day in Marathon
#8 – Apr. 5-6: – Education/Government – One day in Tavernier/Key Largo w/one overnight in Upper Keys
Apr. 6: Leadership / Graduation – Upper Keys
March 19, 2019 – Florida Keys Day (Tallahassee), optional attendance, open to the public.
Overview of Leadership Monroe Sessions
Tourism and the Economy
This session includes nature tours in Everglades National Park and Big Cypress with the opportunity to see many endangered at-risk and unique species of flora and fauna in their natural habitat.
Efforts to make the Keys “greener” and the ongoing challenges of our waste water issues and those effects on our environment will be highlighted.
An overview of county-wide Emergency Services will be provided. You will be able to examine the decision making process by the responsible officials and responders as a hurricane approaches and explore how it effects the Keys physically, mentally and economically.
Health and Human Services
The Arts, Culture and The Media
The Arts are examined for their historical, cultural, social and economic impact on the Florida Keys.
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for constructive alliances among Florida Keys leaders.