Wednesday, February 28, 2024


“Service Above Self” Leadership Conference seeks High School Seniors

By On Deck Staff

The Mid Jersey Cape Rotary Club is searching for candidates to attend its District Youth Leadership Conference at The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey this summer from June 27 through July 1.
Nancy Pearson, local committee chairperson, said that participants will be selected from young men and women, living in Middle Township, who have exhibited leadership abilities and who will be entering their senior year of high school in the fall.
The Rotary Club is now contacting high school principals, guidance counselors, youth organizations, and other sources for nominations of conference participants.
Aimed at developing leadership potential, the conference will feature challenging activities including workshops, speakers, discussions, sports, music, and news reporting. Topics will focus on decision-making, critical thinking, communicating effectively, ethics, public service, contemporary problems and career development.
The participants will live, work, study, and play together in an academic setting under the guidance of professional counselors and educators. In addition, guest lecturers and discussion leaders will present a wide variety of vocational and community interests.
Any student, living in Middle Township that is interested in obtaining further information should contact Nancy Pearson at 609-465-9529 or any member of the Mid Jersey Cape Rotary Club.

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