The INTERalliance Leadership Council (ILC) is the 60-member student governing body of the INTERalliance. INTERalliance prides itself on being a student-run organization, and these are the students behind that claim. The ILC is comprised of some of the top student leaders from our member high schools.
ILC students have the opportunity to run our largest programs like the IT Careers Camp and TechOlympics Expo and to start their own new programs and initiatives. Programs like IT Academy and Job Shadowing originated as ILC ideas - and the students are the ones that designed and implemented them!
To aid in their development, ILC students have a special leadership development curriculum that has been crafted over five years. The year begins with the weekend-long ILC Retreat in which students receive training comparable to executive training. Throughout the year, students have an individual development plan and are exposed to all the opportunities INTERalliance offers its students.
All high school students in the Greater Cincinnati area are eligible to apply for the Leadership Council. Students may self-nominate at any point in the year using this brief form and will be notified shortly thereafter regarding their eligibility. Eligible students are offered interviews in early August. Selected students are notified before the school year begins. Admission may be possible during the school year on a competitive, case-by-case basis. If you have any questions regarding the INTERalliance Leadership Council or the application process, feel free to contact Luke Lampe, Associate Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.