Sunday November 20, 2016
2-7 PM | Highland Park, IL
No one is born a leader - you become one by filling your leadership toolkit with tools to help you lead and problem solve, and that's what Leadership Training Day is all about.
Our keynote speaker will be Ameya Pawar. An independent Chicago Alderman and the youngest person serving on the City Council, Alderman Pawar has been dubbed the "anti-politics alderman." You don't want to miss the story of the campaign he led out of a bowling alley, with the help of a high school freshman from Oak Park and his friends.
- Hear from leaders from across the Chicagoland area on topics like fundraising, public speaking, managing a board of your friends, gaining the confidence to lead, and making social change.
- Take part in a five-hour leadership learning intensive where you can choose sessions that will give you the skills you think you need to become a better leader
Registration is space available!
This event is open to any Jewish teen in grades 9 to 12 who is interested in a Reform Jewish experience.
Meals are included in the cost of the event.
Teens are expected to participate in the entire event. Fees are set at a full package rate and unfortunately we cannot prorate registration.
There is no transportation provided for this short-term, local event. Your congregation may want to arrange a bus, or you can be in touch with Senior Regional Director Logan at email@example.com to find families in your area to carpool with.
Teens are allowed to drive themselves to and from Leadership Training Day, but must abide all laws for their driving status and rules from parents or guardians.
For more on Illinois teen driving laws, head to: http://www.cyberdriveillinois.com/departments/drivers/teen_driver_safety/home.html
Please leave valuables at home. Do not bring jewelry, electronic devices or large amounts of cash. Each participant is responsible for his/her belongings.
Participants will receive an e-mail confirmation 1-2 weeks before the event. This confirmation will include important information regarding the event.
If you need to cancel, the registration fees you paid will be refunded as follows:
Through October 27, 2016 – 90%Through November 3, 2016 – 75%Through November 10, 2016 – 50%
After November 10, 2016 we will not be able to issue any refunds for cancellation. If you have a documented medical emergency and must cancel after November 10, 2016 you will be refunded 75% of the registration fees you paid. Please note that we cannot offer credits in exchange of refunds.
All cancellation must be in writing. We will accept cancellations by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re sorry, but we cannot accept cancellations over the phone. Please allow up to six weeks after the conclusion of the event for your refund to be processed.