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Matt Cate
07/03/2014 11:51 AM

Matt Cate

California state association of counties

I’d like to offer my congratulations to Amador County Supervisor Ted Novelli who recently became a Fellow through the CSAC Institute for Excellence in County Government. He joins 27 other County Supervisors or Senior Staff from around the State who have become Fellows. Fellows must complete at least 60 hours of course work at the Institute just to become eligible for the program. Becoming a Fellow requires several more days’ worth of challenging coursework on contemporary practices in public sector leadership and engagement with the Institute faculty. The benefits of continuing education are well recognized in many professions including attorneys, physicians, and educators. The CSAC institute applies the same concept to leaders at the County level, offering a variety of courses on management, communications, budgeting, problem solving, negotiations and other skills that make for more effective local government leaders. Institute Fellows are better prepared to serve their County and lead their communities. They also offer the benefit of their expertise to other Institute students, both as returning faculty and informal mentoring. Congratulations again to Supervisor Novelli for this achievement and his commitment to public service.

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