Category: Events


Are you looking for a way to serve your…

Calling all alumni with a desire to live as sustainably as possible and help our community reach its net-zero carbon goals.

Summit Community Power Works (SCPW) is working with Summit County to roll out another Community Solar Program. To make the program successful, SCPW is looking for committed community members to serve on the steering committee for the SCPW Solar program and assist with program development, outreach, and marketing. The timeline for the program will run from May-November. Sign up here by Friday, April 26th at 5pm to receive more information.


2019 KPCW Winter Pledge Drive

On March 7th, members of LPCA joined KPCW in waking up their listeners with a bright and early 7 am pledge drive shift. A friendly class challenge heated up as the hour passed. We eagerly await the competition results and will share them here as soon as they are in. Thank you to all our volunteers, callers and KPCW!


Deer Valley Ski Day

By Lydia Rupnow (23)

On Friday, January 11th… Leadership classes old and new, gathered at Deer Valley Ski Resort for the annual Alumni Ski Day. It was a great day to play hooky and bomb down the slopes with fellow alum.

Thank you to all that came out to enjoy the beautiful day but also a BIG thank you to our friends at Deer Valley who made it happen. Throughout the morning, varying groups went out to enjoy the snow and we all met at the EBS Lounge at Snow Park after for some après action and live music. We would also like to thank our group leads – Shelley Marshall, Chris Neville and Will Hamill (23) for leading the charge on the hill. If you didn’t get a chance to attend this year, keep your ears to the ground for next year. All dues paying alumni received $30 lift tickets ($55 if you were not yet an alumni member), definitely a killer deal and perk of being involved in LPCA.

Thanks again to everyone that attended and to our fine friends at Deer Valley. We’re already looking forward to next year’s event!


CONNECT Is Looking For Passionate People To Join Their…

CONNECT Summit County, a non-profit, grassroots, mental health advocacy organization seeks an EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING COORDINATOR to assist with the creation, coordination and implementation of mental health educational programming. This part-time (15 hrs/wk) position reports to the Educational Programming Director. Salary based on experience. No benefits. 

RESPONSIBILITIES include assisting with the coordination, execution, oversight and marketing of all aspects of educational programs offered by CONNECT Summit County, including May Mental Health Awareness Month. 

QUALIFICATIONS: College degree preferred with a passion for mental health issues. Experience in event creation, planning and execution, marketing, publicity and communications (traditional and online — website and social media); Demonstrated ability to work with and lead volunteers, multi-task, and a high degree of self-motivation and initiative, while also being able to take direction. Excellent written and verbal skills, proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, and the ability to use Word Press, Mail Chimp, Facebook and Instagram.

To apply, please email a cover letter and resume by Monday, January 16th, along with two references to


Live PC Give PC

Volunteers Needed!

It’s that time of year again when the Park City Community celebrates the many non-profit organizations that help make Park City, Park City. Leadership Park City Alumni will be helping get the word out. Please consider giving some time to volunteer for Park City Community Foundation’s 24 Hours of Giving. Click this link for information on volunteer opportunities.
If you are interested in volunteering for Leadership and holding signs around town on the day of giving, please email for more information
Save the Date!
Live PC Give PC Party at High West
November 9th 8 pm – midnight

Leadership Park City on the KPCW’s Summer Pledge Drive


Thank you to all of the volunteers who donated their time to KPCW’s Summer Pledge Drive on Thursday, August 23rd from 7-8 am and to all of our wonderful alumni that called in and donated. With Myles Rademan, Colleen McGinn (23), and Sara Jo Dickens (23) on the airwaves and Barbara Bretz (15), Carolyn Wawra (20), and Chris Neville (23) in the booth taking calls, the Leadership Alumni was a force to be reckon with. Despite it being the first day of school, the Leadership Alumni encouraged 34 unique callers to call in to the station and totaled $2810. Thank you for supporting our public community radio station and CONGRATULATIONS to Class 1 who fittingly took the lead on this one and raised the most money .

We look forward to the Winter Pledge Drive in February!