We hope you are all off to a fantastic start. We know our facilitators have been reporting wonderful learner engagement, questions, and work already beginning!
We have a few more open spots left for full time enrollment this spring. We grow our iLEAD family through word of mouth and invite you to tell your neighbors and friends about our amazing programs. Feel free to share our website. If you’d like some postcards too, let us know, and we’ll be happy to get those to you! Thanks for helping our growth!
Starting a new semester is exciting. You get to take the lessons you learned from last semester and apply them. Start new work habits, get to know a new facilitator, and learn new information and skills! There are many tools available to you to help you on your way.
We understand you may need to switch courses. Please use our withdrawal form within the first 20 days of registration to request a course change.
The iLEAD Online team
June 12: Track A officially ends for spring 2020
June 21: Final grade reports sent out
Track C (Summer Program) enrollment is open. (Click here to register!)
August 24: Track A officially begins for fall 2020
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