Loudoun Youth Leadership Program in Summer 2018: July 9-13 and July 30-August 3, 2018

Loudoun Youth Leadership Program is a week-long leadership program designed to introduce youth to leadership concepts and to provide exposure and interaction with local business, government and community leaders. Youth spend productive and valuable time learning leadership skills in a classroom-type setting, but spend the majority of the week observing leadership in action with local business, government and community leaders. The program is open to rising sophomores, juniors and seniors who live in Loudoun County. Classes are limited to 25 youth per week to encourage team building and provide a genuine experience in a small group setting.

Save the Dates: Summer 2018

July 9-13 and July 30-August 3. Applications will start February 1, 2018

Look for notices on social media, email, and local news media.  Tuition is $450/student.  Scholarships are available based on need.  For more information, email swolfson@loudounyouth.org.

 

This program is for youth who want to expand their comfort zone and gain confidence in leadership as well as those who think they have it all figured out.  You will be surprised!  What to expect from Leadership Loudoun Youth:

The week’s activities include:

  • 3-hr workshop exploring leadership skills, communication styles, and high-performance teams
  • an overnight stay on Monday night with group social interaction
  • networking and direct interaction with business, civic, cultural and government leaders
  • shared experiences and success stories from Loudoun’s visionaries
  • keynote presentations on making a difference from community and foundation leaders
  • public speaking and interviewing classes
  • exercises in effective communication, goal-setting, and the responsibilities of citizenship
  • site visits to a cross-section of culture, business, government, agriculture and technology in Loudoun County

Youth who participate in the program have the opportunity to:

  • develop valuable leadership skills
  • interact with local government and business leaders
  • observe the qualities of communication, teamwork and
    leadership at work in their environment
  • understand the difference between leadership and power
  • learn more about the Loudoun community, our rural and suburban areas, our heritage and current economy
  • gain insight into the issues and challenges facing the county
  • achieve an enhanced sense of self and the impact one can have on the community
  • gain confidence in communication and public speaking
  • learn more ways to be involved and make a difference
  • gain new friends and connections
  • visit unexpected places

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Would you like to volunteer? Applications are being accepted for youth interns.

Adult volunteers are needed for course preparation and as chaperones. Call 703 431-1033.

Find out more about supporting this great program as a Sponsor.


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