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Youth Leadership Conference 2024

FLA is excited to announce we are currently accepting Eighth graders and high school students to our Youth Leadership Conference (YLC)!
Future Leaders of America is having their annual Youth Leadership Conference, which is happening from July 8- 13th at Camp El Chorro in San Luis Obispo. This is an in-person overnight camp where high school students from all throughout California's Central Coast get to learn about public speaking, college, assertiveness, networking, self-esteem, art, culture, and so much more! Students also get to experience fun games, activities, and new friendships collectively formed at camp. It is FREE to apply! However, if a student is accepted into the program a $50 fee is required to reserve a spot. Fee waivers for the $50 fee are available upon request.
This Youth Leadership Conference will help students build their leadership & potential through the following workshops: 
·  Goal Setting: Students will learn how to set roadmaps, goals & techniques to stay motivated.
·  Self-Identity: Students will learn how to use unique traits that connect and set us apart from others in our community as a form of empowerment.
·  Advocacy: Students will gain skills about how to raise their voice in their personal lives, local government, and country. 
·  Self-Esteem: Students will enhance their confidence, worth, & identity. 
·  Public Speaking: Students will practice self expression for a chance to win a scholarship. 
·  College Readiness: Students will learn about the A-G process, FAFSA, and more. 
Lodging, food, materials, and transportation costs are all covered by us. 
Applications are due no later than May 1st by 5 pm! You can fill out our online application by clicking here.
To ensure a complete application, students must:
1. Fill out their information on the application
2. Attach their transcript
3. Submit a short autobiography
4. Submit a letter of recommendation
5. Return the completed application via email, snail mail, or in-person
About Future Leaders of America 
FLA develops youth resiliency and leadership to create long-lasting systemic change by empowering and mobilizing youth leaders to advocate for policies that improve their lives and the lives of their peers and their communities.


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