Leadership Program1. Personal Assessment 8. Negotiating2. Personal Goal Setting 9. Setting Priorities3. Time Management 10. Delegating4. Communication and Listening 11. Interpersonal Relationships5. Speaking in Public 12. Team Building6. Leadership Skills 13. Brain Storming7. Problem Solving/ Decision Making 14. The Responsibility of Leadership
Additional RYLA Program
TEAM PROJECTS: Each student will be a member of a team during the conference. Each team works on a project that is a hands-on experience with student planning, implementation and evaluation.
SMALL GROUP ACTIVITIES: Discussion groups are held to share and explore ideas which result from each day's programs.
SOCIAL LIFE: There is time in the program for organized sports, dancing to develop lasting friendships with other participants and staff.
The applicant must:
1. Be a sophomore ready to enter his or her junior year in the fall.2. Have shown leadership potential in home, school, and community.3. Demonstrate qualities of a good student.4. Submit a completed application.5. Be selected and sponsored by their local Rotary Club (RYLA is 100% FREE to conferee's)6. Be accepted by the District RYLA Committee
Once you have completed this form, it will be submitted to your local Rotary Club for review. Clubs decideon who will be accepted. If you are chosen, you will be emailed a medical form that must be signed by a doctor or school nurse and returned to the RYLA registrar. You will also then receive additional information regarding the conference.PLEASE FILL OUT AND SUBMIT THIS FORM NO LATER THAN APRIL 1ST 2018. By doing so you agree if selected tomake this RYLA Conference June 17th to the 21st a priority! Only 80 applicants are accepted each year. It is at no financial cost to you, but the Rotary Club sponsoring you is responsible for the cost even if you cancel at the last minute.