Introverts Unite! 

If you’re a teen whose drawn to TLC’s 4 Themes:
1. Stress Busting Self Care

2. Communication

3. Presentation & Facilitation

4. Social Justice

AND you like reading and writing,

AND prefer interacting with people online rather than in person

(or you’d like to do both)

TLC’s online course is for YOU! 

Our FREE application process starts Feb 5th-
You’ll write essays all about YOU!  

Think of it as an interactive journal…

TLC’s correspondence course is an

interactive online experience

Where 12 youth read, watch, and reflect

on articles, videos, and posts –

In a proven curriculum curated and introduced by our mentor, Xylem. 
Participants write, share, and speak to the group

to help digest that information

and formulate and practice sharing their own opinion-

in group essays, phone chats, and group video chats.  


Our online curriculum is based on one that Xylem led for two years at Camp Augusta,

with weekly assignments that take about 2-3 hours per week

(most teens do assignments on the weekend).

You’ll get to learn more about yourself, your place in the world,

AND share that journey with 11 other like minded young people! 

Email xylem@teenleadership.org to connect today! 

Parents can also Book a FREE 20 Minute Consultation –

Checkin about this program and see if it’s a good fit for your teens! 

WAIT- HOW DO I SIGN UP???
Check back to this page at the end of January, for information about the Free Application Process starting February 5th, to select 12 Self-Motivated Teens to embark on our 12 Week Teen Leadership Correspondence Course starting this March!

 

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Stress Busting Meditations

  • Nature Awareness
  • Breathing & Exercise
  • Visualizations

Communication Tools

  • Nonviolent Communication
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Empathy Counseling
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Building Rapport

Facilitation & Presentation

  • Intentional Speech
  • Impactful Messaging
  • Group Leadership Styles

Diversity Training

  • Media Literacy
  • Cultural Awareness
  • Current Events Discussion thru a Social & Environmental Justice Lens