To graduate, participants are expected to attend at least 85% of the scheduled program. Days are 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., unless noted.

August – Class Orientation (Mandatory)
September –  Economic Development
October – Tourism
November – Health and Social Services
January – Education
February – Media & Local Government
March – State Government, Overnight Trip to Montgomery
April – Agriculture
May – Public Safety & Graduation

*Dates subject to change

In addition, class members must participate in a Community Service Project that will require time commitment outside of class, as well as complete 4 additional requirements which include attending one of each: Chamber Event/Function, Government Function and an Education Function and working at a Community Event. Class members are also expected to co-chair at least one program the year following their graduation.