RYLA July 1 to 8, 2017

Posted: January 28 - 2017
   
Below is the press release for the next Ryla  camp. Please encourage young people you know to apply.

Are you 18-25 years of age?
Are you headed off to college or university?
Are you starting a new job?
Interested in Developing Your Leadership Skills?

 

The Rotary Clubs of Nelson BC are sponsoring up to 4 young adults to attend an intensive 7 day Leadership Camp July 1-8, 2017 at Selkirk College in Castlegar, B.C. 
This is an International Camp sponsored by Rotary, with participants attending from Idaho, Washington and British Columbia as well as other countries. Over 35 leadership topics will be presented by visiting experts and staff, with lots of opportunities to practice your leadership skills and interact with other young leaders. One of the greatest benefits will be the community of like minded people you form and the friendships you make… for life.
Successful applicants will be accommodated in the college residency and receive all meals prepared by the college food services. There is NO fee for those selected to attend.
For more information about the camp or to request an application form please contact Linda Moore at 250-352-1886 or [email protected] or Dave Douglas at 250 354-8418 or [email protected].

Rotary Clubs of Nelson,
Rotary District 5080



 
 
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