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National High School Leadership Conference

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Jul 11 - Jul 14
9:00 am
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Event Overview

Young America’s Foundation’s Gratia Houghton Rinehart National High School Leadership Conference is an exciting three-day gathering of high school students eager to learn and be inspired by conservative ideas. By attending this crash-course in conservatism, you will get to talk with some of the Conservative Movement’s brightest minds, be inspired by their stories and insights, meet like-minded peers from across the country, receive invaluable resources, and even take a tour of the national monuments dedicated to our nation’s Founding Fathers.

THE BENEFITS:

  • Learn from top strategists and leaders in the Conservative Movement about how to champion your principles at your school & beyond!
  • Meet and network with like-minded students and participate in discussion with fellow 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

THE COST:  The conference fee ($100 if you register by June 1, $175 if you register after) includes your food (three meals per day), housing (5 nights in the hotel), tuition, materials, and other related costs. While books are sometimes provided, most are sold at the conference, so you will need extra money if you plan to purchase the speakers’ books to have signed. Leave extra room in your suitcase, as we often give out SWAG!

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National 4-H Conference Center
7100 Connecticut Avenue
Chevy Chase, Maryland 20815

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