Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) April 1, 2010
Lead-America.org, the leader in youth leadership development programs, announced another National Leadership Summit set to be a pioneer summer high school and university program for high school students. These programs aid teenagers in becoming leaders. The spring and summer enrichment programs are held at universities across America and run from March through July 2010. At each of the programs, students are able to experience interactive workshops in many sections and areas of interest.
The LeadAmerica program is one of the finest youth leadership development programs, each national conference offers summer high school enrichment programs at universities across the nation, focusing on learning skills for high school students. At these conferences, students receive up to two college credits along with a certification of completion. Each conference includes housing, schedule of classes, hands on simulations and transportation to field excursions. Students get a preview of campus social and academic life at prestigious universities such as Georgetown and Johns Hopkins. For more information, please visit Lead-America.org.
“The summer high school and university programs offer a summer enrichment program that offers students the ability to see what college life is about. They are able to experience real life situations that prepare them for the future,” said Brian Robinson. “The youth leadership development programs are best at helping students get accustomed to transition phases in life and offer a glimpse as to what’s ahead.”
LeadAmerica is the nation's premier youth leadership organization. Our mission is to inspire and empower the next generation to achieve their full potential and instill a sense of purpose, integrity and personal responsibility. Through the youth leadership development programs, goals for teens are set and we are able to empower kids with knowledge and experience. For the seventh straight year, LeadAmerica has won the seal of approval from the National Association of Secondary School Principals. A distinction shared by very few.
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