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Adventures in Leadership – June 15-22 

Do you have a high school student leader who is ready to be challenged to grow in his/her leadership abilities? Nominate 1 or 2 of your key leadership students for AIL. This amazing leadership development experience affirms the leadership potential of students and captures their imaginations on how God can use them as leaders. Because of its impact, other ECC conferences are now looking to replicate the AIL experience for their students.

If you’re interested in being an AIL leader, contact Jon Kramka. Promo and application materials are now available on our AIL page.

Global Student Leadership – June 29-July 7

Merge Ministries is providing an opportunity for US/Canadian youth to develop their leadership skills in an international cross-cultural setting. They will work in partnership with international youth who seek to develop their leadership skills. North American students will live, learn and serve alongside youth from other nations. Teaching and mentoring will be by both North American and International youth leaders. All learning will be done bilingually, in Spanish and English. North American students will live with their international counterparts, attend creative sessions on leadership together, and work together to encourage and enhance local community ministry in the international setting.

If you’re interested, contact Dale Lusk.

MUUUCE – August 15-17 

The Most Unbelievable Ultimate Urban Camping Experience for middle school/jr. high students will be at Crossroads in Woodbury, MN. Heather Flies is the speaker! More details to come.

Emerge – August 23-25  

Begin to plan now for this conference-wide high school leadership retreat. It’s a great opportunity to build your student leadership team and launch them for the school year. It’s at Lake Beauty Camp. More details to come.

 

 

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