Andrews FCU Leadership Supports Promising Youth Through Alsobrooks Youth Leadership Institute
Members of the Andrews Federal Credit Union leadership team recently served as mentors and role models to young leaders-in-training through their support of the Alsobrooks Youth Leadership Institute.
The Alsobrooks Youth Leadership Institute was designed to help civic-minded young people develop professional skills, complete community service projects and become invested in civic leadership. Program participants include 27 high school students from Prince George’s County.
Andrews Federal Credit Union CEO Kenneth Orgeron was a special guest at the Alsobrooks Mini Mogul dinner, along with the credit union’s Director of Community Relations Rosalind Bishop. During the interactive event, they shared their experiences and offered career guidance to the program participants in attendance. “Our young leaders can’t stop talking about the evening and all of the great words of wisdom, knowledge, advice and guidance,” said Angela Alsobrooks, Prince George’s County Executive and AYLI program founder.
According to credit union leadership, partnering with the Alsobrooks Youth Leadership Institute underscores the credit union’s commitment to developing a strong, well-educated, community. “Building a network of support is so important to ensuring that our young people can thrive and that they’re well-equipped to serve, support and improve our communities in the future,” said Damita Robinson, Chief Operating Officer for Andrews Federal Credit Union. “At Andrews Federal, we work closely with our community partners to provide opportunities for advancement and development. Through programs like the Alsobrooks Youth Leadership Institute, we’re able to make an impact locally, and we look forward to seeing how these young people take the information they’ve gained here and use it to make the world better.”
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