Monday, June 23rd, 2014 - Thursday, June 26th, 2014
For Rising 9th - 12th graders
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN**
The Hannah Leigh Robb Foundation Girls Summer Leadership Camp is a hands-on, dynamic leadership program for high school girls to learn key life and leadership skills. This will provide them with the “know how” and motivation to make a difference as leaders in their schools and communities. This program is made possible through the generous support of the Hannah Leigh Robb Foundation. The Foundation's support will provide scholarships for girls to attend the summer program and who exemplify Hannah's compassion, leadership and legacy of helping others. This prorgram is open to rising 9th through 12th graders (currently 8th - 11th graders in the 2013/2014 school year.
The program is designed, developed, and facilitated by Learning to Lead, a 501(c)3 a nonprofit leadership education organization.
Students will learn and develop skills in a variety of ways:
Hands On Leadership Sessions
Women Guest Leadership Speakers
Girls will learn key leadership skills that will help them to create positive change in their schools and communities just like Hannah did.
Girls will have FUN, be inspired, and motivated.
Girls will develop a greater sense of self awareness and grow in confidence as they learn many skills including communication skills, ethics, decision making, presentation skills, leadership styles, and teamwork. Skills that came naturally to Hannah in her young life.
Girls will learn from and gather success ideas from college and professional women leaders.
Tuition for the program is $535.00 (by 4/25), after 4/25 tuition is $575
-Overnight Air Conditioned Accomodations (two per room) for three nights
-All meals from lunch on Monday through lunch on Thursday
-Program Materials and Supplies
-Enrollment is limited and past programs usually sell out by late Spring.
-Early registration is encouraged.
-To apply, visit the "Register Today" link
Full Scholarships are also avaialble to the program. These scholarships will be available to girls on a needs basis.
-Click the "Scholarship Application"