Courses To Enhance Your Effectiveness On Your Journey Through The Craft
Problem Solving Through Effective Leadership
Leverage proven techniques used by successful corporations, augmented by our Masonic teachings and heritage, to effectively lead volunteers.
Established both in Masonry and Professionally, our Facilitators intentionally leverage the shared experience in training brought by all participants to provide alternative perspectives and examples relevant to the topics within each course.
Every organization benefits when they have great leaders. You have the opportunity to effectuate positive change in our gentle fraternity. Learn these skills, Use them. Teach others.
Over a decade of effort creating and refining an effective system.
Courses built upon the best executive training in leadership content and practices.
Resources, tools, and instruction that can be immediately put to use.
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Frequently Asked Questions
The York Rite Leadership organization is a Center of Excellence that delivers executive-class leadership training and coaching to all York Rite leaders wherever dispersed. The current York Rite Leadership Training Program consists of three well-developed classes that are designed to give you the skills to be a better leader of yourself and others.
Any member of the Masonic family may participate. We do ask that the youth be mature. For guidance, a young gentleman or lady who is between 14 and 18 and has a mature outlook may be admitted. Admission is always at the discretion of the instructor.
The program consists of three (3) classes, which are titled 101, 201, and 401. Classes 101 and 201 are offered both online and in person. Class 401 is only offered in person. The classes are held at the Grand Encampment Department Conferences.
You will receive a certificate noting your completion of the program.
There is no cost for the class itself. If you are attending an in-person (ILT) class at a conference, there may be a fee required for the conference.
The first step is to apply for admission. After you have been approved for admission, you will begin to receive notifications of classes as registration opens.
Step 1.) Create an account on this website.
Step 2.) Register for the appropriate course, which is class 101 if you have not taken any classes before.
Step 3.) If you plan on taking the course in person, register for the Grand Encampment Department Conference where the course you signed up for is being held.
Step 4.) Email Program Executive Lane Pierce stating what you registered for.
The link to attend online training is sent the day before the training, after enrollments have closed.
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Program Executive & Faculty
Harry W. Jenkins II
Adam L. Hathaway
Stephen A. Balke