Leadership Dublin is offering alumni the chance to continue their education.

Leadership Dublin is offering alumni the chance to continue their education.

The organization is starting a series of seminars for graduates of its nine-month leadership program.

Executive director Jan Walton Rozanski said the three-seminar series, scheduled for Nov. 12, Feb. 23 and April 1, is aimed at Leadership Dublin's 275 alumni, although others are welcome.

The series came about from a survey completed by alumni.

"There were 30 to 50 questions that asked as alumni, what they are looking for from Leadership Dublin," Rozanski said. "Leadership seminars were big, networking seems to be a big thing. They wanted seminars with topics they could use in their personal life and business life."

Leadership Dublin then came up with a series of three leadership seminars, beginning with "Problem Solving Paradigm."

Professional speaker and author Michael Diercks will talk Nov. 12 about problem solving in business and personal lives at the BMI Federal Credit Union, 6165 Emerald Parkway. Registration begins at 8 a.m. with breakfast and networking. The event should wrap up by 10:30 a.m.

Leadership Dublin also stays in touch with alumni by passing along requests for volunteers, Rozanski said.

"Our main purpose is to provide leadership to the community," she said. "One thing we do is provide volunteer opportunities. Whenever we get volunteer opportunities we get that information out to volunteers."

Alumni also get a chance to network at a holiday event and when new leadership classes begin and conclude. Leadership Dublin's 2010 class began the 15th session last month and has more than 20 members.

To participate in the Nov. 12 leadership seminar, contact Leadership Dublin at (614) 761-0694 or leadershipdublin@yahoo.com. The cost to attend is $15.