Leadership Colorado Program
The Leadership Colorado Program is a 9-month program that offers exclusive insight into the workings of prominent Colorado companies through business tours and policy-based forums with key Colorado executives and officials.
Participants learn about policy issues impacting their business and community while developing a working understanding of business advocacy. Tours will be fascinating “insider” looks at businesses while integrating policy issues focused on Healthcare, Labor & Employment, Tax, Energy & Environment, Manufacturing, and Federal Affairs. The Colorado Chamber staffers, key legislators, and congressional staffers may be brought in for specific expertise.
Please click on the Leadership Colorado Program menu in the table to the left to get to know our current cohort as well as our Leadership Colorado Alumni. You can also view tours from past programs.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS?
- Develop a strong foundation in Colorado business policy and advocacy
- Network with other leaders from Colorado companies
- Gain perspective on critical issues that impact the different regions of Colorado and the industries that support them
WHO SHOULD APPLY?
Rising leaders who are passionate about shaping and enhancing Colorado’s economy and strengthening Colorado’s business climate. Candidates should have 5+ years of experience in their field.
WHAT IS THE COST?
The Leadership Colorado Program fees are based per person and include all required program materials, travel, food, and beverages. Class fees are non-refundable and non-transferable. Programs range from half-day to full-day commitments.
Applicant’s Employer is an active member of the Colorado Chamber: $3495
Applicant’s Employer is NOT an active member of the Colorado Chamber: $4090
APPLY TO THE PROGRAM
The 2023 Leadership Colorado Program Application Link, located in the Leadership Colorado Program menu to the left, will close on October 31st, 2022.
The application due date is October 31st.
The program begins in February and concludes in October. Participants meet once per month for an interactive tour, participate in at least one council meeting, and have the option to attend optional networking opportunities and special events.
Welcome and Networking
Olympic Training Center (Tentative)
Northern Colorado Overnight
Casino Tour (Tentative)
Lockheed Martin Space