Nominations are closing soon for the 6th Australian National Leadership Camp
in Sydney from Monday to Thursday 7 – 10 July 2008. Nominations close Friday 20 June.
The National Leadership Camp (NLC) is a premier leadership training program for young Australians. Each year it brings together up to 200 students (14-18 years old) from across the nation.
The focus of NLC is to develop, challenge and encourage Australia’s young people to be leaders who actualise their own potential and use their gifts and energies to serve others
and make a difference in their school and communities.
NLC is officially endorsed by the Australian Government’s Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations. It receives no government funding however
and is maintained through the generous support of businesses and individuals who desire to invest in Australia’s next generation of leaders.
“I now realise leadership is about serving others and that a leader needs a vision. I really want to be a ‘server’ to help plant seeds in people’s lives and to see them flourish!”
Heather Mendelsohn, Ravenswood School for Girls, NSW
Rising Generations places a strong emphasis on mentoring by providing a highly skilled and experienced leadership team to co-ordinate the camp.
Nominations are encouraged from students who are in Years 9-12.
Check the on-line registration process at www.risinggenerations.org.au Information from
Bec Heinrich, CEO, Rising Generations Ltd
posted by Louise McMorland, Youth Librarian, Manly Library