Local eighth grade students have the opportunity to pursue leadership training by attending the Kiwanis Key Leader program at Camp Max Straus in Glendale on April 27-29.
The Kiwanis Key Leader is a service leadership training program open to all eighth grade students wanting to develop their character, ethics, and leadership skills to make a difference in their home, school, and community. Key Leader compliments the Character and Ethics Program and centers around five principles: integrity, respect, personal growth, community building, and pursuit of excellence through interactive, research-based activities designed for youth by experienced and professionally trained facilitators. The cornerstone of Key Leader is service leadership which includes leading by example and empowering others to achieve their full potential.
Students in Southern California are invited to apply and can find out more information at www.key-leader.org. This program is for students of all leadership levels. The cost to attend is $160 per student which covers food and lodging only.