Leadership Council

About Our Leadership Council

The EMM Leadership Council is a program founded by Edmond Mobile Meals to create awareness of social issues and inspire young leaders to serve their community.

This training program addresses fundamental leadership skills associated with nonprofits, specifically those who are serving at-risk individuals. The interactive sessions embody the leadership qualities EMM looks for in their volunteers: collaboration, adaptability, and compassion.

2019-2020 Council Members

  • Eli Allen,
  • Derek Carvelo
  • Adin Clark
  • Kayla Hallmark
  • Kylie Kajioka
  • Caleb Kalcich
  • Sara O’Lague
  • Carleigh Newsom
  • Cadan Peters
  • Sophie Wong

2019-2020 Council Members

  • Eli Allen,
  • Derek Carvelo
  • Adin Clark
  • Kayla Hallmark
  • Kylie Kajioka
  • Caleb Kalcich
  • Sara O’Lague
  • Carleigh Newsom
  • Cadan Peters
  • Sophie Wong

Program Details

  • Length – Six session training program beginning in October 2021 and concluding in April 2022
  • Meetings – Will be scheduled to meet once a month from 4:30pm-6:30pm
  • Acceptance – sophomore, junior, and senior level students at local public, private and home-based schools.

Program Benefits to the Student

  1. Practical experience to help them better understand issues facing nonprofits.
  2. Inspiration and excitement in anticipation of serving their community.
  3. A chance to meet other young leaders who are looking to make a difference.
  4. Recommendation letters from community leaders for college applications.

Application Process

Students must apply online or via email to info@edmondmobilemeals.org no later than September 15. Applications can be found here. Invitations to selected students will be sent by September 22nd. The first meeting will be held the first week of October.

Participating Students Gain

  1. Practical experience to help them better understand issues facing nonprofits.
  2. Insight into guiding leadership principals that are used by many nonprofit professionals.
  3. Inspiration and excitement in anticipation of serving their community.
  4. A chance to meet other young leaders who are looking to make a difference.
  5. A large network of like-minded professionals who are looking to mentor students and help them succeed to become active and compassionate citizens.
  6. Recommendation letters from community leaders for college applications.
  7. Experience on a nonprofit board as a non-voting member

For more information, email info@edmondmobilemeals.org or call 405-341-3111.

To submit an application, click “APPLY NOW” below.

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