Nicholas Olson, a student at Abby Kelley Foster Charter Public School, will attend the Junior National Young Leaders Conference in Washington, D.
What does JrNYLC stand for?
JrNYLC stands for Junior National Young Leaders Conference
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bound Jazlyn Taylor, a seventh-grader at Briggs Middle School, was selected to attend the Junior National Young Leaders Conference next month in Washington, D.
Lauryn Woodruf of Granada Hills will join 200 middle school students from throughout the nation this week at the Junior National Young Leaders Conference in Washington, D.
Eugene student to attend leaders conference Haley Blake of Eugene has been selected to participate in the Junior National Young Leaders Conference in Washington, D.
Upon completion of the conference, students will receive an official Junior National Young Leaders Conference Certificate of Merit.
Jillian Goodman of Studio City was selected to attend the Junior National Young Leaders Conference in Washington, D.
Joshua Jalil, a seventh-grader at Portola Middle School in Tarzana, spent six days in Washington as part of the Junior National Young Leaders Conference.
Alexander Givens, 12, of Encino has been selected to attend the Junior National Young Leaders Conference in Washington, D.