(OKLAHOMA CITY) – March 15, 2019 - Young professionals are encouraged to apply for the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma's Leadership Class V. Participants will connect with other young professionals to volunteer their time and creativity in raising awareness about the issue of hunger in Oklahoma.
"The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma’s Leadership Class is such a great opportunity to learn more about their mission,” said Marissa Harbison, Leadership Class IV member. "Throughout the year I have been able to see firsthand all of the various ways they are involved to alleviate food insecurities of senior citizens, children and everyone in between. Being a part of the Leadership Class has provided me with so much more insight of ways that I can become involved and advocate for such an important cause."
Class members will actively communicate and promote the Regional Food Bank's mission and programs to the community while serving as advocates to the reality of hunger in the state. They will also have special access to a variety of volunteer opportunities and networking and social events.
Applicants, aged 24 to 35, must be willing to volunteer one year of their time to the class. To apply for the Leadership Class, visit https://www.regionalfoodbank.org/leadershipclass.
All applications must be submitted no later than 5 p.m. on May 3. Members will be notified about acceptance by June 7. For more information, contact Monica Smith at email@example.com or 405-600-3177.