Special Edition: Recovery and Resilience 


Each newsletter that we craft for your inbox is curated by the dedicated MCLP team over many months. We put together this issue prior to the death of George Floyd and subsequent civil action.  We have already begun to plan the next edition, which will be dedicated to providing resources and response. Until then we could not stay silent.  MCLP stands for justice.  MCLP stands for strength in diversity.  We encourage you all to participate in servant leadership by walking hand in hand with our community. 

Virtual Graduation
Saturday, June 13 at 7 p.m.
While we weren't able to have our traditional ceremony, we have been working hard to create a virtual graduation celebration for our 2020 MCLP grads! We will gather via Zoom and the celebration will be streamed live on Facebook and LinkedIn. Check out  https://bit.ly/mclpgrad20 for more information. 
The Time is Now! 


To learn more about supporting MCLP with a scholarship, sponsorship, or endowment gift, please call Julie Emig at 309-556-3651 or email
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We develop leaders
to engage the power of diverse perspectives
to improve our world.
We Are Here
Executive Director Julie Emig describes a vision for MCLP's future.
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Service in COVID-19
Phani Aytam talks about United Way's efforts to help those affected by COVID-19 and the importance of servant leadership is at a time like this. 
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Increasing My Involvement
by Rell Richards '16

MCLP Alum reflects on the challenges of leadership during COVID-19. 
 Read it here.


The Economic Development Council in COVID-19
The CEO of the EDC, Patrick Hoban, speaks on how they plan to keep BN economically afloat during COVID-19. 
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Embrace your BLISS
by Shenā Palmer '17

MCLP alum discusses her business and how she pursues leadership in her community. 
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Resilience Day
by Kathleen Kirk

Local writer meditates on resilience.
Read it here.

Leadership is a Choice
by Tejas Jani '14

MCLP alum defines leadership in crisis. 

Multicultural Leadership Program (MCLP)
Main Office: (309) 556-3589

Julie Emig
Executive Director
(309) 556-3651
Donna Moravec
Program Coordinator
(309) 556-3589

Office Location
IWU Theater Arts Annex
1309 Park Street
Bloomington, IL 61701
Mailing Address
P.O. Box 854
Bloomington, IL 61702-2900