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57 Legionnaires completed the annual leadership workshop Friday morning.
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Legion College students get their resolutions passed and deliver a motto for next year's class.
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Legion College students learn the valu e of being a mentor to new veterans entering the organization.
From Oct. 26-31, 57 Legionnaires will have an opportunity to learn about the Legion’s core values, programs and leadership roles.
Nearly 60 Legionnaires earn their Legion College diplomas.
Students present a strategic plan for sustained membership growth that follows the Legion’s five priorities.
The Legion College students watch a video about the history of The American Legion and the GI Bill.
55 students earn their Legion College diploma while raising more than $1,000 for Operation Comfort Warriors.
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The 55 Legion Colleges students' resolutions discuss G.I. Bill, women veterans, membership and more.
Five small groups shared knowledge and ideas on vital components of the Legion, such as membership, Operation Comfort Warriors and Temporary Financial Assistance.
Legion College students create resolutions, post revitalization plans and presentations covering a position or program of the organization.
Past National Commander Butch Miller emphasized to the 55 students that their ideas, resolutions can bring significant changes to the Legion.
The six-day program will provide attendees with an opportunity to learn about the Legion’s core values, programs and leadership roles.
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Leadership program scheduled for Oct. 28 to Nov. 2 in Indianapolis.
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The 52 Legion College students proposed and defended resolutions during a mock district meeting yesterday.
On Friday, 52 Legionnaires from 32 states earned their Legion College diploma.
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Legionnaires from across the country study the art of resolution-writing during Legion College.
Today, Legion College students will present their strategic plan on revitalizing posts and tour the John H. Geiger Operations Center.
Yesterday, Legion College students gave 20-minute presentations regarding their fictional Legion post.
Week-long program prepares Legionnaires for leadership positions in posts, districts, counties and departments through education, development and motivation.
Legionnaires are encouraged to appply for the 2011 American Legion National College to learn about the core values of the Legion family.
The 12th annual National American Legion College is under way in Indianapolis, training Legionnaires to be future leaders.
Since last Sunday, the 54 National American Legion College students have been immersed in concentrated classroom and small group activities.
National Commander Jimmie L. Foster tells students to slowly make the best of their new knowledge.
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Attendees urged to wisely use what they learn during weeklong classroom presentations and practical exercises.
The American Legion National College graduated its second-largest class ever. The group made a lasting mark on the community with a donation to the local VA medical center.
The American Legion College convenes Sunday in Indianapolis for its 10th meeting since being reinstituted as an organizational event. Around 50 students will attend.
A Department of Veterans Affairs Volunteer Services (VAVS) outreach effort during a recent Department of Georgia Legion College netted 39 new volunteers for the program.