Some students who attend Young Leaders Program may be selected to participate in our Law Enforcement Program. Read on for details.
Here is the list of Award Recipients for the 2018 Young Leaders Program
I am pleased to announce that the 2018 session of the Young Leaders Program—our first year—was a complete and total success, by any yardstick.
Young Leaders Program is pleased to invite you to attend our Graduation Brunch, Read on to learn more!
Get ready for fun learning! Read more to learn how to make your arrival happen smoothly!
How to prepare for your departure from Young Leaders Program.
Young Leaders Program is excited to announce our outstanding speaker lineup for 2018!
The parents of all students attending Young Leaders Program must sign the Unified Waiver and Consent Form in order to attend. This form may be downloaded and signed then brought to check-in. If it is not on file prior to check-in, the parent will need to sign it during the check-in process.
While attending Young Leaders Program you may also choose to apply for academic credit. This is optional. It is paid for directly to the university and is separate from the cost of Young Leaders Program. Two types of college credit are available for attending the Young Leaders Program. You can apply for either or both of these credits if you want. Please read on for more information.
The Young Leaders Program is designed with a pricing structure to ensure that it remains accessible to every student who wants to attend, regardless of financial ability. Continue reading for more information.
The current status of Young Leaders, Incorporated, non-profit status is as follows:
As of March 2018:
The following policies and procedures apply to bringing or parking a vehicle at Young Leaders Program.
Young Leaders Program is pleased to offer scholarships for students who stand in financial need.
Program Tuition includes most if not all costs associated with the normal Young Leaders Program experience. Click to learn more.