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Each campus recruits and selects Collegetown LeaderShape students to represent their campus for Class Nine.  Be sure to reach out to your Campus Liaison if you are interested in applying.  Interested students will need to complete an application by March 16, 2018 for Class Nine. Applications will open on February 1, 2018.

For questions or more information, please contact Kirsten Brinlee at kab@BaltimoreCollegetown.org.

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Student Participants

Submit your application by creating a profile on the LeaderShape database. Once you've created your profile, you will gain access to the application. You have two options to submit your application - complete short essays or upload a video. Instructions are included in the application.

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Cluster Facilitators

Submit your application by creating a profile on the LeaderShape database. Once you've created your profile, you will gain access to the application. You have two options to submit your application - complete short essays or upload a video. Instructions are included in the application.
*Faculty and Staff members.

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Onsite Coordinators

Submit your application by creating a profile on the LeaderShape database. Once you've created your profile, you will gain access to the application. You have two options to submit your application - complete short essays or upload a video. Instructions are included in the application.
*Previous LeaderShape experience required. Learn more about the role here.

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Deadlines and Decisions

  • All Applications due March 16, 2018
  • Decisions made in early April
  • Orientation for selected participants will be held in April (mandatory)
  • Training for selected faculty (Cluster Facilitators and On-Site Coordinators) will be held in the summer

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