Yes, we’re already talking back-to-school.
Educators and Students: We’re ready to meet you where are — and take where you want to be. NYLC specializes in one-of-a-kind training opportunities, and we’d like to partner with you to deliver a valuable experience for your team.
This summer, we’re offering trainings for educators and young people at special prices. Best of all: we come to you. We’ll meet you in your school or training center. Open to everyone in the contiguous 48 United States.
Added bonus: we’re extending “summer” — so rates are good for trainings through the end of September.
$2,000 for teams up to 40 — as low as $50 per participant.
$3,000 for teams up to 80.
If you’re within 200 miles of Saint Paul, MN, you’re in our backyard!
» Inquire about our Backyard Discount.
FOR EDUCATORS: Engaging Students through Service-Learning (4 hours)
Service-learning can transform a classroom. When used in combination with a backwards design curriculum development process, service-learning has the ability for students to meet academic learning targets, positively impact their community, and gain leadership skills. This training will provide educators with the knowledge and skill to engage students in service-learning in their classroom. During the training, educators will…
- Identify how academically rigorous service-learning could be used in their classroom.
- Experience the service-learning planning process and activities that are replicable in the classroom.
- Understand how to engage students in the development and implementation of a service-learning unit.
- Receive tools and templates to use in their own practice.
FOR YOUNG PEOPLE: Youth Leadership Seminar (4 hours)
Young people have the ability and responsibility to make positive change in the world. This training equips youth with the tools to recognize their own leadership skills, foster healthy teamwork with their peers, and identify opportunities to collaborate and make a meaningful difference in their schools and communities. At the end of this workshop, participants will be able to…
- Describe four styles of leadership and identify their own.
- Lead and communicate effectively in a group.
- Recognize systems of power and privilege in their lives.
- Identify opportunities to make meaningful community change.
- Describe the process of service-learning.