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High School Conference at the Reagan Ranch

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Event Overview

EXPERIENCE HISTORY. LEARN CONSERVATIVE IDEAS. WALK IN PRESIDENT REAGAN'S FOOTSTEPS.

Young America’s Foundation’s Reagan Ranch High School Conference is a unique gathering designed specifically for high school students and framed as a “crash course” in conservative thought. No prior knowledge or involvement in public policy is required to attend.

BENEFITS FOR YOU:

  • Learn conservative ideas and effective activism
  • Meet and network with like-minded students
  • Interact with your conservative heroes
  • Receive valuable resource materials
  • Improve your critical thinking and debate skills
  • Become a young leader in the Conservative Movement
  • Walk in Reagan's footsteps

When you attend, you will hear briefings and discussions with conservatism’s brightest minds and most respected leaders. Students also enjoy a tour of the Reagan Ranch.

SPEAKERS: The speakers will be posted as they are confirmed.

FAQs:  Download all the details.

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The Reagan Ranch Center
217 State Street
Santa Barbara, California 93101

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