212 North Jay Street
Lock Haven, PA 17745



The Leadership Clinton County curriculum emphasizes development of individual and team skills.

Through a series of sessions, participants learn and practice public speaking, meeting management, networking, boardsmanship, conflict resolution, issue analysis, and other practical tools for community involvement. Using the community itself for its classroom, sessions focus on different issues facing our community such as health and human services, economic development, education and youth, etc.

2018-2019 Schedule (Most sessions will be held from 8:00AM to 4:30PM.)

September 13-14, 2018(overnight)

Sieg Conference Center, Lamar
The Opening Retreat is designed so the participants can become more familiar with the program and what will be expected of them over the next nine months.  There is a heavy emphasis on teambuilding and communication skills.


October 12, 2018

This session focuses on participant’s interpersonal skills.  Participants will be introduced to ways to help deal with time management, how to effectively manage a meeting, and understand different board responsibilities.  Participants will also learn proper techniques of public speaking and some tips on Robert’s Rules of Order.  


November 16, 2018

Participants will learn about the rich history in Clinton County by touring the Historical Society and from a visit by a local historian.  They will learn about local demographics and how the current trends will affect our future, and the many resources available.  Participants will learn how to turn networking into an active marketing tool.  


December 8, 2018

Lock Haven Hospital, Lock Haven
Participants will examine various health and human service systems, some organizations that make up the systems and issues facing our region now and in the future.  Participants will tour the 911 Center and learn about the various emergency services agencies servicing Clinton County.


January  9, 2019

Participants will explore the relationship between the media and public opinion and understand the tools necessary to improve communication between both.  Participants will also touch on leadership profiling.


February 6 & 8, 2019

Participants will gain an understanding of public policy, local and state government and the process of becoming an elected official.  They will examine Clinton County’s law enforcement and judicial systems as well as learn what issues face Clinton County.  Tours of the Clinton County Correctional Facility and Courthouse should be expected.


March 15, 2019

Central Mountain High School, Mill Hall
Participants will gain a broad-based understanding of the educational delivery system offered in Clinton County and the issues, problems and opportunities facing our youth.  Participants will tour Central Mountain High School.


April 10, 2019

Participants will learn about the process of economic development while meeting some of the organizations that contribute to this process.  They will learn the importance of transportation, utilities, labor and public services, infrastructure, etc., in community development.  Participants will tour a local industrial site.  


April 17, 2019

Weather makeup day


 May 3, 2019

Participants will explore Clinton County’s resources relating to agriculture and environment and learn ways to manage it.  Participants will tour the Wayne Township Landfill as well as a local farm.  


May 9, 2019

Durrwachter Alumni Conference Center, Lock Haven
The Closing Retreat is designed to wrap up team projects, learn about the Leadership Clinton County Alumni, meet local agencies that have a strong need for volunteers in our community and HAVE FUN.

Graduation Ceremonies   6:00-9:00pm


For more information on Leadership Clinton County, contact April Henry-Bittner at:

(570) 748-5782 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 2019 Registration brochure2


2019 Registration brochure