For this leadership program, seven applicants were selected by KACFC board members to participate in a series of three workshops designed to promote emotional intelligence, build self-management and social awareness skills, and teach how to better manage relationships, resolve conflicts, and become a better leader. During the program, each participant successfully completed a community service project and presented their projects to a panel of judges, sponsors, the board, friends, mentors, and family members at the program’s graduation ceremony for the chance to win a scholarship. The four applicants who completed the service projects were also selected for the future KACFC mentoring program. All the projects and presentations were excellent, and congratulations to Christy Yoo for winning the first place award!
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