Prescott Area Young Professionals (PAYP) Scholarship to attend the Prescott Area Leadership (PAL) Program

Prescott Area Young Professionals is accepting applications for Prescott Area Leadership 2018-2019 Class. We will be awarding $500.00 to a member in good standing of Prescott Area Young Professionals. This scholarship will fully cover the cost associated with the 2018-2019 class.  Interested members must also apply directly with PAL to be accepted into the class.
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Applications will be accepted online and must be accompanied by a resume.

Deadline to apply for PAL Scholarship is May 4.
For questions please contact Prescott Area Young Professionals at


PAL 2018-2019 Program Summary
  • Retreat
A core value of leadership is working within a team. Our program begins with a two-day retreat emphasizing team building skills and sets the pace for subsequent training.
  • Leadership Education Days

One day a month the class comes together for a morning devoted to leadership skills training. The afternoon is centered on some of our most important regional issues. Obtain a comprehensive perspective of our communities from business and community leaders while participating in interactive discussions and exercises.


  • Creative Leadership** (three sessions)
  • Conflict Management
  • Executive Presence
  • Political Dynamics of Effective Communication
  • Strategic Planning
  • The Art of Influencing Others
  • The Leader Within
  • Your Personal Leadership Development Plan

**Earn College Credit – Creative Leadership is taught in partnership with the Fast-Track Management Program at Yavapai College. PAL class members attending all three Creative Leadership sessions receive one credit toward the 3-credit Fast-Track Leadership certification.


  • Arts & Media
  • Business, Growth & Environment
  • Criminal Justice
  • Education
  • Government and Politics
  • Health Issues
  • Regional Issues
  • Youth Issues
  • Shadowing
Shadowing is all about learning leadership from other leaders. This is your opportunity to spend a day with  community leaders whose leadership style would benefit you most.
  • Field Trips
Enjoy learning first hand about our communities through field trips. You and your class members decide where you would learn the most by visiting area businesses, museums, parks.