Washington, DC (PRWEB) June 7, 2010
Lead-America.org, the leader in academic summer programs for teens, is announcing a 6-day youth leadership summer conference program that will focus specifically on goals for leadership and programs for teens. This program being offered will be held in a series of three dates; July 7 – 12 at Johns Hopkins University, July 18-23 at Bentley University in Waltham/Boston and July 19-24 at Stanford University. All the youth leadership programs have separate costs, and to find out more or register visit the summer programs for teens page on Lead-America.org.
“Each of the summer programs for teens offers kids a unique way to learn more about goals and leadership. It allows them to explore the college experience and come into who they are and succeed in the next stage of life,” said Brian Robinson. “The 6-day youth leadership programs are held across the country and are timed to maximize the learning abilities within that allotted time.”
These summer programs held by LeadAmerica offer leadership programs for teens and goals they can achieve. It is also another way for high school students to earn college credit during the summer while exploring our nation. Each of the Lead-America youth leadership programs offer a glimpse into college life which helps when it comes time to make that adjustment. Tuition for these conferences varies but does include housing, on-campus meals, schedule of classes, hands on simulations and transportation to field excursions as needed. For more information please visit Lead-America.org.
LeadAmerica is the nation's premier youth leadership organization for academic summer programs for teens. 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 programs, 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.