- concrete leadership skills.
- increases residents sense of being change agents and ambassadors of their communities.
- opportunities for residents to solve local neighborhood problems and influence change.
We see the impact our RLT program has made in our communities, daily, and there is no better example than RLT particip
ants seeking political office.
"I feel that the RLT helped me connect with people..it helped me understand how to get active in the community. Prior to RLT, I was unaware of the many different neighborhoods in Waterbury and the many different activities..." Elizabeth Bullard, Board of Alderman nominee.
Danielle Albert, Board of Education nominee; Elizabeth Bullard, Board of Alderman nominee; Erika Cooper, Board of Alderman nominee; and Joseph Luchene, Board of Alderman nominee - each one is a past graduate of the RLT program and currently seeking political offices in Waterbury.
Being part of programs like RLT are great opportunities to learn about the issues facing our families - and, how to start creating solutions to fix them.
" Danielle Albert, Board of Education nominee.
If you are interested in becoming more active in your community and joining the 2018 RLT cohort, contact
, 203.753.1896 x18.