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Investing in Our Future:

Youth Leadership
Program

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About Youth Leadership Program

The Youth Leadership Program is an innovative platform that empowers young students to reach their full potential as leaders. Our program is designed to provide mentorship and guidance to students, and encourage them to complete projects that can make a real difference in their communities. We believe that everyone has the potential to be a leader, and our program is designed to help students unlock their leadership skills and take charge of their futures. Our team of dedicated mentors are committed to providing support and guidance to students throughout their journey in the program, and helping them achieve their goals. Join us today and take the first step towards becoming a future leader!

Qualities We Look for in Our Youth Leaders

At the Youth Leadership Program, we are committed to identifying and developing the next generation of leaders. Our program is designed to equip young people with the necessary skills and experience to become successful leaders in their communities and beyond. To achieve this goal, we seek out individuals who possess a unique set of qualities and characteristics that we believe are essential to effective leadership. We believe that these qualities, along with a commitment to personal growth and a dedication to serving others, are key to becoming an effective leader in today's rapidly changing world.

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Meet Your Mentor

Your mentor will be an experienced and dedicated leader who is committed to helping you reach your full potential. They will provide guidance and support throughout the program, helping you to set goals, develop your skills, and build your confidence. Your mentor will work closely with you to understand your unique strengths and challenges, and will tailor their approach to ensure that you get the most out of the program. They will be there to listen, provide advice, and offer encouragement whenever you need it, and will be a source of inspiration and motivation throughout your journey in the youth leadership program.

Apply Now!

Qualifications for students to apply:

  • Rising 7th to 12th-grade student

  • Must commit to completing the entire camp without any dropouts

  • Have knowledge of the projects involved in the program

  • Demonstrate a strong work ethic and dedication to personal growth and leadership development

  • Possess excellent communication and collaboration skills

  • Be able to work well in a team environment and take constructive criticism

  • Have a positive attitude and be open to learning new things

  • Have a passion for making a positive impact in their community and beyond.

Application Open:

May, 2024

 

Start Date:

7/8/2024

 

End dates have not been determined and will be adjusted based on the project requirements. Since each project may have unique timelines, deadlines will be adjusted accordingly.

Application Deadline:

6/30/2024

End Date:

8/9/2024

Projects for 2024 Summer

Careers Interview

The project is to create a series of interview podcasts with people from different career fields and learn about their experiences. Spread advice and knowledge for interested audiences.

Panel: College Majors and Future Careers Exploration

Host 1-2 panels to help high school students explore different academic fields and careers.
To achieve the objective of exploring different academic fields and careers, students will participate in a panel discussion with college students, alumni, and professionals in various fields. They will have the opportunity to ask questions and gain insight into different majors and career paths. The program will be carried out through virtual meetings, with panelists joining via video conference. They will use social media platforms to promote the events and engage with potential attendees

Options after High School Seminar

This program is to host a seminar to inform the public about various options after high school: there are many more paths in addition to college.
Break stereotypes about less popular options beyond high school

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