The Legacy Leadership Institute on Public Policy, based in the University of Maryland School of Public Health, is designed to provide residents aged 50+ with new careers as Legacy Service Leaders during retirement. Participants will receive training and work with legislative leaders to help address the challenges facing the state of Maryland.
- To allow Maryland residents age 50+ to contribute meaningfully to the community as they transition from the paid labor force into volunteer positions during their retirement years
- To prepare Legacy Leaders to provide additional assistance and supplement the work of elected officials and nonprofit agency staff in addressing policy issues and advancing public programs
You may apply for the 2018-2019 class by filling out the Legacy Leaders application form.
Watch a video about the program as it celebrated its 15th graduating class (in 2017):
Wesley Queen, Coordinator