Lead-America.org Offers College Credit Through Courses at Educational Summer Camps

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Company sets up individualized academic summer camp programs to help teenagers learn about global business and entrepreneurship

Lead-America.org, the leader in educational summer camps for teenagers, announced a new program for high school students to learn about global business and entrepreneurship through one of their youth conferences and to earn college credit for attending these courses. The individualized academic summer camp is set to take place on June 21-30 in San Francisco at Stanford University.

The LeadAmerica conferences offer high school students college credit through courses at their educational summer camps. The individualized academic summer camp for global business and entrepreneurship will help teenagers understand today’s business world and give them a glimpse into owning their own business. Tuition for this program is $2,699 and includes housing, schedule of classes, hands on simulations and transportation to field excursions and monuments as needed. For more information, please visit Lead-America.org.

“Each individualized academic summer camp focuses on a different aspect of experience. From business to a job with the government to science, we offer high school students the opportunity to learn in a fun, exciting environment with people who have the same interests while earning college credit for these courses,” said Susan Loring.

About LeadAmerica:
LeadAmerica is the nation's premier youth leadership organization for educational summer camps. 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 national youth leadership conferences and individualize academic summer camps, we are able to empower kids with knowledge and experience for future careers. 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.

Scott Zientarski
VP, Marketing and Admissions


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