OCTOBER 2019 NEWSLETTER Read our Alumni Spotlight highlighting Maranda Ward, PhD, an NTLP alumna. Also learn about what the National Teen Leadership Program has been up to lately in our community partnerships with OCA and Intel, as well as the grant we recently received from The Crane Fund!
Nikka Tahan, External Affairs Specialist for California Volunteers, Office of the Governor, spoke on behalf of Governor Newsom in recognizing our leadership program and welcoming all our guests. Thank you to Nikka and everyone for attending and supporting our 27th Anniversary Gala & Fundraising Celebration. With the help of our […]
AUGUST 2019 NEWSLETTER NTLP held a 2019 Alumni and Staff Leadership Retreat in June and camp in August. We’re now busy with Gala plans, and has started to build a community partnership program with OCA and Intel. Read our Alumni Spotlight highlighting Howard Cheng, an NTLP alum.
Living Leadership National Teen Leadership Program June 2019 Edition, E–Newsletter Living Leadership is a bi-monthly newsletter by NTLP highlighting Alumni’s success, upcoming events that NTLP will be hosting, and other leadership development opportunities of interest.
Living Leadership National Teen Leadership Program April 2019 Edition, E–Newsletter Living Leadership is a bi-monthly newsletter by NTLP highlighting Alumni’s success, upcoming events that NTLP will be hosting, and other leadership development opportunities of interest. A Perspective From Alumnus Spencer Jankowski CONTINUE READING OUR NEWSLETTER
We’d like to take a moment to honor our dear friend and Emeritus Board Member, Mark Miller, who passed away yesterday. He shared so much of himself with the NTLP family that words cannot do justice to the leadership of love he exemplified, the number of lives he impacted in […]
Meet Ben who attended our weekend leadership camp in 2017. Ben is one of the TEEN VOICES THAT WILL CHANGE HEADLINES. There are more teen voices like his that are positive, uplifting and truly the voices of a better world!
For 25 years, NTLP has inspired over 17,000 teens to affect positive social change as loving, accepting, tolerant leaders who uphold the equal value of everyone. These teens have learned to stand up for what is right and take action against bullying and hate-motivated offenses in their schools and communities.