Granville County’s Summer Civic Leadership Program is back on for rising high school seniors who live in Granville County.
The program, put on pause for the last couple of summers because of the COVID-19 pandemic, is accepting applications, which can be found on the county’s website https://www.granvillecounty.org/government/administration/summer-civic-leadership-program/
or by contacting Debra Weary, clerk to the board, at 919.603.1307.
Eligible students must apply before April 8, according to information from Terry Hobgood, county public information officer. Interviews will be conducted in April and selected candidates will be notified in May.
The leadership program gives high school students the opportunity to gain work experience in local government with hands-on job training across all aspects of county operations and aligns with Granville County’s commitment to developing the next generation of local workforce talent and foster edication and passion for public service.
Eligible students will be selected to participate in one of the four service-area tracks:
Successful completion of the Summer Civic Leadership Program will entitle students to educational assistance in the amount of $1,400.