Timeless Principles.  Leaders in Action.

The Leadership Program of the Rockies (LPR) trains emerging leaders in America's founding principles--why they were important in the beginning and how they apply to the challenges of today.  Then it teaches and fine-tunes the leadership skills necessary to impact public policy.

LPR graduates choose liberty.  They become a force for the timeless principles we cherish.  In fact, LPR alumni have become local and national elected officials, top state leaders, federal judges, presidential cabinet members, and prominent movers in the arenas of political process, policy change, business and education.

The LPR experience is more than a one-time seminar or conference.  Comprising nine full-day sessions and multiple events throughout the year, the organization is designed to have nothing less than an enduring impact on the knowledge and capabilities of its graduates -- and, fundamentally, on the preservation of the American idea.

Classes are limited to sixty-five high-caliber students, and led by an elite team of local leaders and nationally recognized experts.  The result is the knowledge, tools and skills to preserve liberty.

The Leadership Program of the Rockies consists of nine full-day sessions, held the second Friday every month, with some exceptions. There will be a 2-day retreat in early spring.

Many of the most recognized and respected experts in the country – including experts on current events, leadership and the political process – lead each session. LPR students are of extremely high caliber and each year’ s class is limited to 65 students to foster collaborative, participatory learning and to maximize interaction among students and presenters.

Students who are selected to participate in the program pay a modest fee and agree to full participation in the program. Scholarship opportunities are available to those who may need financial assistance.

The Ghost Of Albert Jay Nock 23 Oct 2013 | 8:44 am
By:  Bob Schaffer, LPR Chairman LPR Chairman’s Column 10.17.13 Denver’s Brown Palace Hotel was decorated for Fall on October 11th as another LPR class convened there for the inaugural lesson.  The ghost of Albert Jay Nock paced the back of the room and seemed pleased. How many LPR...
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To Love Being Americans 22 May 2013 | 7:23 am
His was a good life, too short.  The recent passing of an LPR student proved to be a stirring reminder of the truly important things in life. Everyone who knew Steven Wright, LPR Class of 2013, takes distinct inspiration depending on how they came to know...
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Power to Change the World 6 Jun 2012 | 6:04 am
The 2011-12 LPR class has graduated in splendid style.  This year’s graduates earned their diplomas and lapel pins, acquired stacks of books and papers, and have landed prominent places on the rolls of accomplished fellow graduates. The immediate celebration at the home of LPR president Shari...
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