The FBI Youth Leadership Academy is looking for a variety of hard-working high school students in Indiana to attend a three day program teaching techniques and skills for the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation).
Students must have completed their junior year, have a GPA of 3.0 or higher, have leadership qualities, scholastic achievement and good citizenship, commit to attending the entire three day program, and write an essay of no more than 500 words telling why they’re interested in the program and how the program will help with their future plans.
The program is designed to give an educational experience that will provide students with leadership training and an understanding of the FBI. It uses experiential learning activities to help students develop communication, trust, teamwork, goal setting, and leadership skills.
The program will be from July 16 through the 18.
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