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Youth Leadership School by the Leadership Institute

  • November 10-11, 2007
  • University of Minnesota, St. Paul Campus
  • Organized by the Leadership Institute
  • Sponsored by CSB/SJU College Republicans

The Center will sponsor the fees of up to 10 CSB/SJU students to attend this valuable school. Transportation will be provided to those who want to come.

To sign up or for more information contact Kurt Ragnar Sorensen at [email protected] or visit http://www.leadershipinstitute.org/

The Leadership Institute, the best of the best in training conservatives in a variety of concentrations (publications, candidates, campaign managers, grassroots activists, etc), is bringing their incredible "Youth Leadership School" back to Minnesota! This is an awesome opportunity for young conservatives to take part in a training program that offers countless benefits including practical skills, valuable knowledge, and networking opportunities.

“Since 1979, no other organization has prepared as many students with the nuts-and-bolts techniques necessary to be effective youth leaders as the Leadership Institute. The Institute was founded in 1979 by Morton C. Blackwell to train the next generation of conservative leaders; to date we have trained over 57,000 conservatives.”

Topics include special projects, literature layout and design and strategies on building your organization. For only $30, LI will provide meals, course materials, and lodging for those who are traveling far from home to attend. This training is for those who love their conservative cause enough to want to learn how to win for it.

This would be incredibly valuable who wants to work on a campaign this summer, gain connections within the Republican Party and acquire the skills needed to be an effective field staffer, campaigner and/or politician.

The McCarthy Center for Public Policy and Civic Engagement is not partisan and does not endorse partisan events. However, we are very happy to encourage political engagement regardless of the party or candidate.