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Debate & Youth Leadership Course

Become the Leader You Were Born to Be.

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Preparation For Future Roles

Whether in higher education, the workforce, or community involvement, leadership skills set teenagers apart and prepare them for future roles that may require taking charge, inspiring others, and driving initiatives. Early exposure to leadership principles can spark an interest in civic engagement and social responsibility, encouraging them to become proactive members of society.

Personal Development and Self-Esteem

Engaging in leadership activities helps teens develop a sense of self-efficacy and boosts their confidence. When they see that they can impact their environment and influence others, it reinforces their belief in their abilities. This self-assurance can translate into better performance in school, in social situations, and eventually in the workplace.

Foundational Skill Building

During the teenage years, individuals are highly receptive to new concepts and ideas. Learning leadership skills at this stage provides a foundation upon which they can build as they grow older. Skills such as effective communication, decision-making, problem-solving, and conflict resolution are not only essential for leadership but are also valuable life skills that will benefit teenagers in all areas of life.

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