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  • Registration Now Open for YAF's Great Beginnings Seminar

    8/20/2014 10:04:34 AM Posted by Katie Taran

    Young America's Foundation is excited to announce that StudentsRanchHouseFallConfregistration is now open for Great Beginnings: A Seminar for Emerging Leaders, which will take place September 26 to 28 at the Reagan Ranch Center in Santa Barbara, California.

    Aimed at those new to conservative activism or the up-and-comers in their campus conservative club, this program brings together students from around the country to take a closer look at the ideas behind the Conservative Movement.  Featuring compelling multi-media presentations and speakers, the Great Beginnings Seminar will help to broaden your knowledge of conservative ideas and to strengthen your ability to defend them in the classroom.

    One highlight of the seminar is a trip to Rancho del Cielo, Ronald Reagan's beloved ranch and home for nearly 25 years.  Another highlight of the program is that it's absolutely free to attend, including two nights' lodging, all meals, and seminar materials.  A limited amount of travel waivers are also available.  Generous Foundation supporters have made this program possible for you to learn more about conservative ideas. 

    It's a phenomenal opportunity you don't want to miss, but don't take our word for it.

    "The best part about the seminar was that it was designed for beginners," remarked Noelle Brennan of Fordham University who attended the program last year.  "It was not intimidating to those new in the movement."

    UCLA student Lea Luterstein wrote, "Thank you so much for this amazing opportunity to develop and refine my principles, and to learn how to fight for them on my campus.  Thank you for believing in and enabling the future of America.

    For more information and to apply, please visit the event page.

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