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Building Belgrade Applications

Date: July 21, 2017
Event Description
Personal Data
            Name:                                                                Occupation:
            Present Employer:                                             Date of Hire:
            Work Phone #:                                                    Cell Phone #:
            Emergency Contact:                                            Email:    
 
Community Involvement:
 
General Information:
What strengths would you bring to Building Belgrade?
 
What do you think is the area’s most notable opportunity?
 
What do you think is a significant challenge facing the Belgrade area today?
 
What are your ideas for addressing this challenge?
 
Tuition
Tuition for Belgrade Chamber Members is $325, non-Chamber members is $425.  Tuition is non-refundable and due to the Belgrade Chamber by July 21, 2017
Who is responsible for your tuition?
_____Employer        ________ Self
Candidate:  Attendance at all sessions is top priority.  Retreat and Graduation class sessions attendance is mandatory.  I understand the purpose of Building Belgrade and if I am selected, I will devote the time and resources necessary to complete the program.  I understand the above commitments and agree to uphold them to the best of my abilities.
Applicant Name (print) _____________________Signature_________________________ Date:________
Employer– This application has the approval of this organization and the candidate has our full     support, which includes the time required to participate in this program
Employers Name (print)____________________Signature__________________________Date_________
 
 


 


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