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A portion of the Drug-Free Kids Campaign benefits CADCA's National Youth leadership Initiative (NYLI), an evidence-based youth development training that helps young people and their adult advisors strategically address their local alcohol, tobacco and other drug problems.
She also led a redesign of programs aimed at pro-equality clergy and helped create a national youth leadership development program that brought in more than 100 college-age interns annually.
PSE&G will also sponsor the Games national Youth Leadership Summit, which will bring to New Jersey youth from throughout the country for a week of activities that teach them how to become advocates for each other.
He earned 33 merit badges and attended National Youth Leadership training, Camp Meriwether, Camp Melakwa, Camp Murnane and Camp Fife, and participated in San Juan High Adventure in 2009 and Sea Base National High Adventure in 2010.
38 Athletes, Entertainers, and Student Leaders Under Age 25 Inspired by President Reagan Will Honor the 100th Birthday of America's 40th President LOS ANGELES, August 2, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation announced today the formation of the National Youth Leadership Committee for the Ronald Reagan Centennial Celebration.
I am currently attending many leadership programs such as the National Youth Leadership Conference in Washington, D.
The many, many pro-life activities by this young generation include: The National Right to Life Committee and National Teens for Life held its first National Youth Leadership Summit in January 2006 in Washington, D.
based National Youth Leadership Council, flew down to see what he could do in the aftermath of Katrina.