Master of Community Leadership
The Master of Community Leadership (MCL) prepares students to begin a career in public or private sector enterprise, civic engagement, community organizing, and public policy and/or advocacy. The business curriculum is taught by the Walker School of Business at Webster University. Graduates also receive a Certificate in Nonprofit Management from Webster as a part of completing the MCL. This program begins I the Summer/Fall of 2019.
NEXT Steps is a new, non-degree program of study and reflection for spiritually minded middle- and older-age professionals. NEXT Steps will lead you through a process of discovering purpose-filled work that contributes to the Common Good in our community. The class is forming now and will begin on September 13, 2018.
Working at the intersection of faith and business, the Walker Leadership Institute equips business leaders with skills and experiences to guide their organizations in better serving the Common Good. The Institute partners with other academic, religious, and business groups to put together workshops, conferences and forums to identify, encourage, and activate community leadership. Our goal is to empower and connect communities.
Business and faith leaders in every community working together for the Common Good.
Founded in 2016, the Walker Leadership Institute was made possible by a generous gift from Ambassador George H. and Dr. Carol B. Walker.
Tools For Leadership is a series of workshops designed to bring together religious and community leaders in order to share resources for sustainable organizational development. Topics covered include growing resources and results in ministry, the place for a congregational mission, and planning for the future of the church. See the Events pages for the next Tools workshop.