The Raspberry Leadership Workshop has concluded for 2022! Thank you to all of our participants for joining us. We enjoyed the opportunity to learn and grow with you.

It’s not too late to join our candidacy program! Register today to get more information!

Welcome! Join us for our Leadership Workshop to begin defining your future and build leadership skills in a community service setting. At the end of the leadership experience you can choose if you’d like to continue your leadership development by serving as our Raspberry Royalty, where you will serve the Hopkins community and continue to build leadership skills while volunteering and representing Hopkins around Minnesota.

COVID-19 Update:

Our Leadership Workshop IS happening in 2022 and we couldn’t be more excited to share this opportunity with you! We have options available for our workshop events so everyone can participate at a level they are comfortable with keeping safety in mind. Register TODAY!!

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Our 5 Pillars of Leadership

We believe the combination of these 5 pillars create strong leaders. Our workshop events focus to build these characteristics for our participants. Start your leadership journey by exploring our website!

“I learned to always take on things I’d never done before. Growth and comfort do not coexist.”

Ginni Rometty, CEO of IBM

Leadership Tune-Up

Being Raspberry Royalty helped me develop leadership skills that I had no idea how to use prior to this experience. I have always been a leader but this program helped me fine tune those skills and apply them in many areas.

Sophrona LaVasseur
Leaders Have Heart

I learned that a leader can look different depending on the situation. Leadership isn’t just made up of one quality, but many. My heart grew for giving back and it became a continuous part of my life.

Aubree (Newville) Yunker

Leaders Listen

I learned how to be a better leader and listener when it came to a group setting. I still am involved with a few of the places we volunteered at as well as branched into other community involvement opportunities.

Keyah Adams