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Application opens for the 2016 Flinn-Brown Civic Leadership Academy

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Applications are now being accepted for the 2016 Flinn-Brown Civic Leadership Academy. Through a competitive application process, approximately 35 Arizonans will be selected to join the network of nearly 225 Flinn-Brown Fellows from the state’s business, agricultural, industry, education, nonprofit, and public sectors–and from many walks of life and perspectives. As they join the statewide

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Leadership Program Directory Updated for 2016

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Almost every established civic leader once started out at the same place: as an interested resident who wanted to be of greater service to their place. If your 2016 resolution is to be more involved in your community as a first step towards leadership, learn more about a local or regional civic leadership program in

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F-B Fellows in the News: Celeste Plumlee appointed as Arizona State Representative

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Flinn-Brown Fellow Celeste Plumlee has been appointed as the newest state representative for Legislative District 26, which covers parts of Tempe and Mesa. She was among three candidates considered by the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors to complete Andrew Sherwood’s term after he was tapped to fill state Sen. Ed Ableser’s seat. Celeste currently serves

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F-B Fellows in the News

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The Power of Service The phrases “life-changing experience” and “life of service” have a concrete, personal meaning for Mike Meaney. Thanks in part to his time with Teach for America in an eighth-grade science classroom he is now building programs through the Franklin Project and Arizona State University to ensure that many more young people

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2015 Flinn-Brown Fellows named by Arizona Center for Civic Leadership

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The Arizona Center for Civic Leadership has selected 33 Arizonans with significant leadership accomplishment and potential for the 2015 cohort of the Flinn-Brown Civic Leadership Academy. The newest Flinn-Brown Fellows come from urban centers and rural communities throughout the state and represent many leadership and professional experiences. They share a commitment to pursuing public service as

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Welcome Arizona’s First Chief Science Officers in Middle and High Schools

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Whether the focus is on traditional STEM—science, technology, engineering, and math—or the newer STEAM (A is for arts), learning in these fields is vital for many current jobs and more that haven’t been created yet. The good news is that the U.S. News/Raytheon STEM Index shows student interest in such fields has increased since 2000. The bad

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Q & A with Flinn-Brown Fellow Erik Lee, Executive Director, North American Research Partnership

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Flinn-Brown Fellow Erik Lee is known internationally for his expertise on Mexico and the relationships among the U.S., Mexico, and Canada. Recently he and Christopher Wilson, deputy director of the Mexico Institute at the Wilson Center in Washington, D.C., edited The U.S.-Mexico Border Economy in Transition. Your report describes the border region as “both Mexico and

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News and Opportunities from the Leadership Collaborative

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Congratulations to Greater Tucson Leadership Class of 2015! The Greater Tucson Leadership (GTL) Class of 2015 recently marked the end of their 10-month leadership experience together and celebrated their commitment to ever-greater pursuits at a graduation event in their honor. Through the GTL curriculum, the class participated in a retreat, a Call to Action Day,

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