June 2020 Web Series

by jen
The National Teen Leadership Program’s inaugural web series was so popular,
we’re offering another web series in June focused on leadership and mental health for teens.


Morning Session – SOLD OUT (updated 6/1/2020)

Our four-week online program will cover leadership and mental health and will be facilitated in real-time. Participants will meet online as a group for their first meeting on Tuesday, June 2nd at 11am PT. Then for the next four weeks, they will receive pre-recorded videos with instructions on an activity and each Tuesday, they will meet at 11am to participate in a live guided debrief reviewing said activity. The facilitator will engage participants in thoughtful discussions where they will share ideas with the intent of learning from each other’s experiences while fostering growth in their leadership skills. This session includes a speaker AND a workshop! The web series will cost $149 per student and is held on five Tuesdays, June 2nd to June 30th.

Afternoon Session – SOLD OUT (updated 6/3/2020)

Our three-week online program will cover leadership and mental health and will be facilitated in real-time. Participants will meet online as a group for their first meeting on Thursday, June 4th at 2pm PT. Then for the next three weeks, they will receive pre-recorded videos with instructions on an activity and each Thursday, they will meet at 2pm to participate in a live guided debrief reviewing said activity. The facilitator will engage participants in thoughtful discussions where they will share ideas with the intent of learning from each other’s experiences while fostering growth in their leadership skills. This session includes a workshop! The web series will cost $99 per student and is held on four Thursdays, June 4th to June 25th.

Completion of Series

At the end of the web series, participants will receive a Certificate of Completion. Participants will learn to support themselves and the people around them, promote and incorporate coping skills during times of stress and anxiety, and practice the Social and Emotional Learning Competencies which include, but are not limited to self-awareness, social awareness, self-management, relationship skills, and responsible decision making. If you have questions about our new program, contact Ashleigh Cook at acook@ntlp.org.

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