Get to Know the Young Leaders of United Way of Lake County
The Young Leaders of United Way of Lake County seek to be catalyst for change in the lives of Lake County youth through Leadership, Advocacy, Knowledge and Education in order to facilitate positive behaviors that will create tomorrow’s leaders. For more information, click here to see and/or print a copy of our brochure.
A list of current leaders and committee members can be found here.
2018 Grant Application Program
Networking EventsWe offer a variety of networking events throughout the year and welcome you to attend. Any current events are listed in the "EVENTS" dropdown menu and can also be found below: July 27, 2018 from 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm: Young Professionals Night at the YMCA Dream House hosted by the Young Leaders of United Way of Lake County and FUEL. Join us for a fun evening of networking and be among the very first to see the 2018 YMCA Dream House!
Attend Our Professional Development Speaker Series “Get Ahead by Giving Back"Check back here for our next speaker series.
United Way Young Leaders hosts professional development opportunities such as our “Get Ahead By Giving Back” Speaker Series throughout the year. Our speaker series are held at local establishments and provide a great way to be inspired and learn from local professionals and leaders in the community, and network with likeminded young professionals in a fun, relaxed environment. Each gathering focuses on a facet of our work at UWLC. For example, during the holiday months, we collect food for our “Feed Lake County” drive, and attendees are encouraged to bring non-perishable goods as the “entry fee” to our social. Past speakers have included:
1. Gabe Rhoads, General Manager of Consumer Engineer Lubricants, The Lubrizol Corporation
2. John Gadd, President & Founder, Hot Cards
3. Zulma Zabala, JD, MPA, CEO of East End Neighborhood House
4. Tiger Laverde, Kirtland High School Football Coach & State Champion
Volunteer With Us
Our Young Leaders of United Way of Lake County, offer numerous volunteer opportunities that are well suited to our thriving young professional community. Registered members of Young Leaders are asked to volunteer 25 hours annually. We offer extensive options for all interests including: Community wide annual Day of Caring project, Feed Lake County Food Drive, mentorship programs, Evaluation & Investment Panel (an in depth look and opportunity to make funding decisions), holiday food collection and distribution, direct Youth United Way program, serve lunch at Salvation Army, gift wrapping for the community, local car washes, teaming up with Red Cross to install smoke alarms, partnering with local school to gdistribute food, assisting with various community holidays events, and much, much more! Contact us today to find out more about how you can get connected.Check this page for updates, or LIKE the United Way of Lake County Facebook Young Leaders page!