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posted Nov 30, 2012, 9:08 AM by Dicia Kemp
The FLTI curriculum is a proven curriculum that inspires trains and
empowers individuals to become effective leaders and change agents on
behalf of children, youth, and families. This opportunity is only offered
to 25 participants who are screened and selected based on their
availability and readiness. Consideration is also given to how their
participation will enhance diversity, strength, and learning for the group
as a whole. FLTI course is offered free of charge! In return, you commit
your time and a written community project that reflects your passion.
Who should apply? Parents, teen parents, grandparents, other family
members, single people, young adults (age 15-19), veterans, fathers, foster
parents, community members and others who wish to improve the lives of
children and families in communities.
Classes start in  January 2013 in the following counties:
Adams (monolingual Spanish only - Commerce City, CO)
Arapahoe/Douglas (Arapahoe Community College)
Eagle (Edwards, CO)
Larimer (Fort Collins)
Mesa (Grand Junction)
Montezuma/Dolores (Cortez, CO)
Denver/Aurora (Children's hospital)

Taking applications now at
and click on 'Now Accepting Applications!'
Applications due by December 7, 2012
Interviews scheduled in December 2012