Bellevue Essentials provides an entry point for emerging community leaders. This transformational nine-week program highlights the structures and inner workings of city government in many arenas. Topics include demographics, public process, city planning, economic development, human services, utilities, environmental stewardship, finance and transportation, intergovernmental relations, public safety, and more.
Bellevue Essentials applications for 2016 will be available in May for the class beginning in September, 2016. A learning community of 35 students will selected to begin their journey to create relationships and build familiarity with government process and decision making. Class members will graduate with a full understanding of the “nuts and bolts” of city government and be ready to get more involved in their local community.
Apply in May for the 2016 Bellevue Essentials class. For more information about the program, contact Julie Ellenhorn at 425-452-5372 or firstname.lastname@example.org.