The EXCEL Value Proposition to Employers

The deadline for applying for EXCEL XVI is fast approaching and that the board is encouraging last-minute applications for those interested in attending this community and business leadership development program. For those unfamiliar with the program, EXCEL is a statewide program sponsored by the University of Missouri (MU) Extension Division designed to assist in the development of …

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Wouldn’t you like someone from your office to experience EXCEL?

EXCEL participants that work for area employers gain a great deal of knowledge, ideas and new connections within the community during their time in the class.   Their absence from work is very often time well spent that helps improve your operation and business opportunities. If you can’t participate this year, please consider sending one of your employees …

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Wondering if EXCEL can really teach you anything you don’t already know?

Have you lived in Randolph County all your life?  Christian Tadrus, Class of 2016, speaks to how participation in EXCEL exposes you to the people and behind-the-scenes activities that make our community function. Can EXCEL really teach me anything I don't already know? Have you lived in Randolph County all your life? Wondering if EXCEL …

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Why Participate in EXCEL XVI?

EXCEL is designed to assist in the development of community leadership skills that will improve community, both economically and socially. The goal is to prepare residents of Randolph County to effectively address local issues and concerns – both present and future. EXCEL also provides opportunities to: develop as a leader that understands cultural values and …

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