We are excited to confirm that 57 SCHOOLS have already registered with us for this year’s Youth Leadership Seminar . Missed our 2016 event theme announcement? Checkout last week’s Youth Leadership Seminar Welcome Post! Here’s a breakdown of some schools that have already registered.
READY FOR MORE! Recognizing 18 schools that have been with us for 10 years! Thank you for your commitment and support here at the Anthony Munoz Foundation.
Back In Action! Welcoming 15 new schools to the 2016 Youth Seminar Event!
What are you waiting for? Find out more information on how to get your school registered. Follow our Snapchat, Twitter and Instagram accounts for other event updates.
With a successful 2015 Youth Leadership Seminar (YLS) under our belts, we are saying farewell to last year’s theme, “Now Trending” and welcoming a new theme for this year.
Here’s a 2015 seminar recap, check it out and see what all the excitement is about!
One: One Purpose, One Impact is the theme we selected this year to empower students to come together as leaders and make a positive impact in their local communities. We have Cincy’s best speakers lined up for students to learn from. Our hope is not only to motivate students to grow as leaders, but also encourage them to find their purpose to create an impact.
YLS Quick Facts
Registered & Ready!
We have a list of registered high schools that continue to grow daily! Take a look and see what schools will be joining yours at YLS.
Don’t fret if your school isn’t on the list, there is still time! QUICK, Go, REGISTER! Add your school and join us for the fun!
We are excited to begin our fall internship with the Anthony Munoz Foundation. Being apart of the events this fall is an amazing opportunity which we look forward to sharing with you! Get to know all of us better by reading about us below.
Jasmine is a senior at the University of Cincinnati studying Communications with a minor in Sociology. She is involved with the Gen-1 program as a Senior Ambassador. Proud to be working as our Events Intern, Jasmine will work specifically with our Partner Dinner, Whiz Kids and Linemen of Year Award. Upon graduation in the fall she plans to further her education in Grad school. Jasmines’ favorite thing about Cincinnati is the ability to make local connections with people, but still have the feel of a big city at the same time.
Alena is entering her second year at the University of Cincinnati majoring in Communications. She will be working this fall as the Impact Intern handling our Service Challenge Projects and school outreach efforts for the Youth Leadership Seminar. She enjoys traveling and plans to study abroad in South Korea during the spring semester. She loves the diversity that Cincinnati has and that she can meet people who come from all different walks of life, allowing her to learn so much from everyone she meets.
Emily is a student at the University of Cincinnati currently majoring in Communications with minor in Organizational Leadership. Working as the Experience Intern this fall, she is excited to help with the Whiz Kids program and Payless Gives event. After graduation in the spring she plans to continue her education earning her Master’s at UC. She says, “I love going to Bengals games in the fall and Reds games in the summer. There are always exciting things going on in this city to try and enjoy.”
Brianna is a senior at Xavier University majoring in Sport Management and Communication Studies. She is originally from San Antonio Texas and is in Delta Sigma Theta Sorority at XU. She will be working as the Programs Intern and is excited working with the Hispanic Character Camp and recruiting and corresponding with volunteers. After graduation she plans on getting her masters in Sports Administration. She says “My favorite thing about Cincinnati is Fountain Square in the summer!”
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