Lead-America.org Hosts Summer Youth Leadership Conferences For High School Students

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National youth leadership conferences teach teens how leadership skills aid in future careers

Lead-America.org, the leader in national youth leadership conferences, announced summer leadership conferences to teach teens how leadership skills aid in potential future careers. These conferences will be held at prestigious universities in June and July of 2010. Each leadership conference includes the opportunity for students to interact with industry experts and gain hands on experience.

The national youth leadership conferences held by LeadAmerica offer high school students a potential look into future careers in many different industries including the government branches, the medical field and much more. Each conference is set to teach teens how leadership skills can help them advance in life including their job. Tuition for these conferences includes the students housing, transportation to excursions and classroom materials. For more information please visit Lead-America.org.

“The conferences set out to teach teens how leadership skills can help them advance with future careers. We help teens and young adults see what it’s like to hold an important position within our government or ability to perform life saving surgery on people,” said Jennafer Vondal. “Each national youth leadership conference is set to explore different career goals to help students learn what’s needed to achieve success in that career path.

About LeadAmerica:
LeadAmerica is the nation's premier youth leadership organization for national youth leadership conferences. 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 conference 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.

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