BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - The Greater Bakersfield Chamber of Commerce is giving community members a chance to shine.
It is now accepting applications for the leadership class of 2015.
The program is known to be one of the city's most effective programs in teaching about leadership and helping the community.
The class consists of ten, in-depth courses, covering several topics for cultivating leadership skills.
To apply simply go to BakersfieldChamber.org to download an application or call the Chamber at 661-327-4421.
The deadline to submit applications is June 25 at 5 p.m.
Finalists will be contacted and later interviewed following the deadline.
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