celebrating 26 years!
Leadership Tomorrow was developed for high school juniors and is hosted by the Chamber. The program mirrors the Leadership Lufkin program. Students in the program have the opportunity to learn about Angelina County firsthand, to explore opportunities that exist for their futures in this area, and to give back to the community through community volunteer service.
The class year will begin with an Opening Reception to welcome students and thank their sponsors. During the following seven months, the students will attend a day on the Ropes Course, and five additional sessions that educate them on social services, health care, education, local economy and government in Angelina County. Also included in the program will be three community volunteer projects.
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Application for the 2018-2019 Leadership Tomorrow class is now available. All applications must be completed in full, along with references, and turned in to the Lufkin/Angelina County Chamber of Commerce by 5:00 PM on March 28, 2018. Click here to download the application.
- Applicant must be a junior in high school in Angelina County
- Applicant must be a resident of Angelina County
- Applicant must pay $60 toward program expenses
- Corporate sponsor must pay $200 toward program expenses.
- Applicant must demonstrate leadership potential in school, community, or family activities with an interest in furthering knowledge of Angelina County.
- Applicant must commit to 100% attendance of all sessions and assignments.
For class of 2016-2017, click here.
If you require financial assistance, a letter explaining your request must be included with your application. Upon acceptance into the program tuition is due in full. Limited scholarships may be available. Click here for a copy of the Scholarship Request.
“He (student) still talks about his experiences with Leadership Tomorrow. Thanks for choosing him 3 years ago!!! You make a huge difference in his life!!! “
“Leadership Tomorrow is an important program for young people to be in. It taught be how to become a great leader, and how to develop those skills. It has also allowed me to become more involved in my community, and to make a difference on the lives around me.”
“Leadership Tomorrow has instilled in me a sense of pride of my hometown. This has made me appreciate and understand the uniqueness of Lufkin.”
“Leadership Tomorrow opened my eyes to the interworking of the Lufkin community. I have a new found appreciation for the people devoting their lives to improving it.”
“I learned so much about the community, gained leadership skills, and made new friendships. I would highly recommend being a part of this group.”
“When our daughter began Leadership Tomorrow program she had no idea of what direction she wanted to pursue with her college studies. The exposure to the many different fields was eye opening for her. It helped her decide which direction to go in. After watching and listening to Jessica's positive experience, our youngest daughter Danielle also hopes to be part of this amazing program. Thank you for the excellent job you do with these students!”
“I’ve enjoyed meeting people face-to-face that help make our community, and improve it on a daily basis. Leadership Tomorrow has taught me how to be a great example, and how to show others how they can help the community.”
“If you are considering participating in LT…do it!”
LEADERSHIP TOMORROW Sponsors 2017- 2018
A special thank you to all of the businesses and individuals who support Leadership Tomorrow through sponsorship. Our 2017-2018 program sponsors:
Class Shirt Sponsor: Chick-fil-a at South Loop Crossing
Welcome Reception: Consolidated Communications
Graduation: State Representative Trent Ashby
Bronze Sponsors: Kovar Captial
Leadership Tomorrow Committee
A Committee of Leadership Lufkin graduates volunteer their time to oversee and coordinate the program during the class year. Chairman, Steve Killam of St. Paul's United Methodist Church, leads the Committee and works closely with the Chamber to carry out the program. Other Committee members are Will Alvis (Merrill Lynch); Jo-Anne Bocock (BancorpSouth); Maci Herrington Dover (Whataburger); Katie Glanton (Georgia Pacific); Taylor Kovar (Kovar Capital); Shell Lockhart (Goodwill Industries of Central East Texas); Joy Scott-Killam (CHI St. Luke’s Health Memorial), Lauren Stacy (Brandon Elementary); Britany Vinson (Tomé Catering); Glenda Wynne (Consolidated Communications).
St. Paul's United Methodist Church
Maci Herrington Dover
The Advanced Financial Group
Goodwill Industries of Central East Texas
Chi St. Luke's Health Memorial
City of Lufkin Economic Development
The 2017-2018 Leadership Tomorrow Class
Click below to view previous Leadership Tomorrow Classes
- Class of 1991-1992
- Class of 1992-1993
- Class of 1993-1994
- Class of 1994-1995
- Class of 1995-1996
- Class of 1996-1997
- Class of 1997-1998
- Class of 1998-1999
- Class of 1999-2000
- Class of 2000-2001
- Class of 2001-2002
- Class of 2002-2003
- Class of 2003-2004
- Class of 2004-2005
- Class of 2005-2006
- Class of 2006-2007
- Class of 2007-2008
- Class of 2008-2009
- Class of 2009-2010
- Class of 2010-2011
- Class of 2011-2012
- Class of 2012-2013
- Class of 2013-2014
- Class of 2014-2015
- Class of 2015-2016
- Class of 2016-2017
By attending or participating in any Leadership Tomorrow session or event, you are giving the Lufkin/Angelina County Chamber of Commerce permission to use any likeness or photography taken during such sessions or events for publicity purposes.