College Core Class.

The College Core Class is a week-long community leadership training, modeled after the Core Class and experienced during college spring breaks.

The College Core Class designed to reach the next generation of community leaders with an in-depth, hands-on, and interactive experience so future community leaders develop a deeper understanding of how the community works, sharpen personal leadership skills, and connect with established community leaders and organizations.

Past institutional partners have included Franklin and Marshall College and Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology.

Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology students that participated in the college core class grew as leaders and community members through their week-long experience. They were given the unique opportunity to learn from local business leaders, county officials, and non-profit organizations about the interworking’s of a community and how they, as future leaders can better serve their future communities.