Feb 19, 2019

LEAD Conferences (USA)

  • Crimson Education
  • USA
Workshop Camp Skill Building Summer Program Other

Description

The Leadership Experience and Development (LEAD) Conferences provides students and advisers with an engaging programme to sharpen their leadership skills. Conference attendees ultimately leave to improve their school culture and community, and continue to nurture their relationships with other like-minded peers from all around the country.

The Conferences for 2020/2021 will take place in Washington, DC and Chicago, IL, where students meet and learn together in a stimulating environment.

LEAD offer experiential leadership skills development to students and advisers of the National Honor Society, the National Junior Honor Society, and National Student Council. 

For further information visit the official website here

Type of Opportunity

Extracurricular Activity

Age Range

N/A

Competitiveness

2/5

Student leaders and prefects may attend; as well as students and advisers of the National Honor Society, the National Junior Honor Society, and National Student Council

Participation Cost

$$$

Registration Fee

Minimum Technical Skill Needed

1/5

Leaderships skills required.

Time Commitment

2/5

LEAD Conferences typically held over 3 days

Application Deadline

Registration for the 2020–21 conferences is expected to open Summer 2020.

Application Process Includes

Principal and conference adviser emails and cell phone numbers for each attendee; attendee email, home, and cell phone number; list of dietary needs and medical conditions; and grade of each attendee.

Current student program membership status—NatStuCo, NHS, or NJHS—for each school/person registering in your group:

  1. For current NatStuCo, NHS, and NJHS member schools, the school adviser membership login information (per the adviser’s membership profile) is required in order for the member rate to be applied.
  2. If a school does not have a current membership, attendees from that school will automatically be registered at the nonmember rate. To find out if your school has a current membership, contact membership@NatStuCo.org, membership@nhs.us, membership@njhs.us, or call 800–253–7746, option 4.

Adviser-student ratio is one adviser per 15 students for high school or combined level delegations, and one adviser per 12 students for middle level delegations.

Additional advisers, administrators, and parents/chaperones who will be attending the conference with your group will need to be added to the school record by the primary adviser. The primary adviser for your student program (NatStuCo, NHS, or NJHS) can do this by calling Customer Care at 1-800-253-7746, option 4.

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